Railroad delays affecting agriculture
Along with causing delays or cancellations of Amtrak trains, increased traffic on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad is affecting agriculture product movement, like from Dickinson’s Southwest Grain.
The increase in train traffic isn’t just crude by rail — though that is supposed to keep growing, to a projected 90 percent of North Dakota-produced crude being transported by rail next year, according to Department of Mineral Resources Director Lynn Helms.
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