The Puget Sound & Pacific Railroad (PSAP) transports freight over 108 miles of track in Northwest Washington and interchanges with the BNSF and Union Pacific at Centralia, WA.
Major commodities include lumber, automobiles, agricultural products, waste, food and kindred products, propane/LPG, and chemicals for pulp and paper mills.
PSAP provides the vital link between the Port of Grays Harbor and the national rail freight network. Centrally located between Seattle and Portland and unburdened by daily traffic jams of urban areas, the port provides companies efficient and cost-effective highway access via a four-lane highway from Interstate 5 or rail service provided by the PSAP, which has connections to BNSF and UP.
A continuous rail loop throughout the marine terminal complex allows the free flow of cargo in and out of the facility. The rail loop is designed to handle and store unit-trains as well as smaller sets of rail cars.
PSAP was acquired by Genesee & Wyoming in 2012.
To get a better understanding of PSAP and its role in the Washington State communities that it serves, click here.
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