U.S., West Virginia: Legislators seek meeting with railroad execs in effort to salvage idled intermodal complex

By PHIL KABLER, HD Media, The Herald-Dispatch; January 8, 2020

CHARLESTON — A legislative interim committee is calling for a meeting with Norfolk Southern railway officials to discuss ways to save West Virginia’s $18 million investment in the $32 million Heartland Intermodal Gateway facility in Wayne County.

Sen. Robert Plymale, D-Wayne, on Tuesday called for Norfolk Southern officials to appear before the Oversight Commission on Transportation Accountability before the state moves forward with plans to auction off the idled 100-acre road-to-rail cargo transfer complex.

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