U.S. railroads are rallying customers, including lumber and steel companies, to fight a government proposal to slow trains hauling crude oil.
Urged by railroads, more than a dozen companies and business groups are warning regulators that cutting speeds to 40 mph from 50 mph would have a cascading effect, delaying other trains sharing the tracks carrying cargo such as furniture, grain and electronics.
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