Question: Railroads no longer dominate the freight transportation market but they
Railroads no longer dominate the freight transportation market but they still lead the market in terms of freight ton-miles. What factors contribute to their leadership in this area? Why is their share of the total expenditures for freight movement so small if they lead in freight ton-miles?
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