CN Selling Key Rail Lines; Could Area Delays End?
There could be relief in sight for motorists who continue to experience long delays at the railroad tracks. Governor Tony Evers announced Tuesday that the Canadian National Railroad has reached an agreement to sell key rail lines, including 650 miles of track in Wisconsin and upper Michigan to logistics company Watco. The news comes as many have complained about the long delays this week caused by Canadian National trains near Subway Rd. and other locations just outside of North Fond du Lac and Van Dyne. Watco currently operates the Wisconsin and Southern Railroad which connects the CN line and other Class 1 railroads.