BNSF Sends Two Crews to Wyoming and Montana for $15 Million Project
FORT WORTH, Texas.-BNSF Railway Company is sending two maintenance of way crews to Wyoming and Montana in mid-May to replace more than 150,000 ties and almost 35 track miles of rail between Casper, Wyo., and Silesia, Mont. The project is expected to be completed by September and will cost about $15 million.
“Expanding and maintaining our infrastructure along this stretch of track and throughout the system not only allows us to provide customers with efficient and reliable rail service but it also benefits the overall efficiency of American’s supply chain,” said Dave Freeman, BNSF vice president, Engineering.
BNSF expects to spend about $2 billion this year to keep the railway’s infrastructure strong by upgrading technologies and refreshing track, signal systems, structures and freight cars.
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