Coos Bay port to receive federal grant for rail infrastructure project

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The U.S. Department of Transportation last week notified the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay that it will receive a $10 million grant through the federal Port Infrastructure and Development Program for a project along the Coos Bay Rail Line.

The project calls for replacing 67,000 crossties and resurfacing the mainline, sidings, an industrial lead, rail yard and spur tracks with ballast along the 121 miles of track that stretches from Eugene to Coos Bay, Oregon.

 
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