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Transport Intelligence has come up with an interesting opinion piece on US infrastructure – and the nation’s need for a national freight policy. Just 10% of the US’s trade corridors move 79% of its goods. What trade policy there is focuses on entry and exit ports, rather than connecting supply chains through the country. Author Cathy Roberson argues that problems will become ever more noticeable, as congestion at the west coast ports starts to spread across the domestic supply chain.

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