Georgia Ports Authority commissions first nine Mason Mega Rail tracks
The Savannah Morning News
May 28, 2020
The Georgia Ports Authority has put into operation the first nine of 18 new working tracks of the new Mason Mega Rail project, with its first two rail-mounted gantry cranes to be commissioned in June, the GPA announced Thursday, May 28.
In the works for more than four years, the project will expand service to the Southeast and Midwestern U.S. and double the Port of Savannah’s rail capacity to 2 million twenty-foot equivalent container units per year.
“We are also grateful for the leadership of Gov. Brian Kemp, and to the Georgia Congressional delegation, particularly Sen. David Perdue, former Sen. Johnny Isakson and Congressman Buddy Carter for their unwavering support throughout the grant application process and implementation of this critical project.”
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