The widened Panama Canal is disrupting internal US transportation patterns
- by New Deal democrat
The newly-widened Panama Canal opened to traffic in late 2016. Since then, there have been several ongoing disruptions in how goods are transported from suppliers in Asia to their ultimate markets in the US, including affects on seaports, trucking, and rail.
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