freight​ Railroads are investing for the future

​Thanks largely to balanced regulations, railroads have been able to plow back $600 billion since 1980 into the nation’s rail infrastructure and equipment. These investments — paid for by railroads themselves, not taxpayers — have made the U.S. freight rail network the envy of the world, greatly improving rail productivity, and reliability.​​

Learn why balanced economic regulation​ is important for freight railroads to be able to sustain their private investment in America's nationwide rail network to keep the economy moving.