Even the American Association of Railroads (AAR) admit that many of the products that move via rail could move via truck instead. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s room on our highways for all of them. Here’s a quick statistical look at some of the lifting that our nation’s trains do – and what it would really take for trucks to temporarily pick up the slack if a rail strike occurs.
We may not be able to send you flowers this Valentine’s Day. But we can present you with some of the best blooming freight data