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November 6, 2012

Seattle: coal trains would cause delays

SEATTLE (AP) — A new city of Seattle report finds that an increase in coal trains through the city would increase delays at railroad crossings and affect emergency response times.

A proposed port near Bellingham plans to ship coal from Montana and Wyoming for export to Asia. The project could lead to as many as nine round-trip trains a day in 2026, likely through Seattle.


 
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