IR goes for intermodal

FORTY YEARS ago, for the usual reasons, Israel Railways abandoned haulage of high-value export goods such as citrus fruit. With a maximum possible haul of little more than 150 km on an under-developed rail network, road transport looked the natural choice for this small country; railways seemed destined to wither. ...

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