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CSX greenlights terminal that was under review by Hunter Harrison

CSX’s planned $230 million intermodal terminal for the southern suburbs appears to be moving ahead, even as the company grapples with the unexpected death of its chief executive over the weekend.

Hunter Harrison, 73, a legend in the railroad industry, died on Saturday. But the Jacksonville, Fla.-based railroad approved a terminal in Crete last week, said Village President Michael Einhorn. The village board already had voted in favor of the project, which will establish a site where goods move from trains to trucks…Please click here for Claire Bushey’s story in Crain’s.

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