Union Pacific Railroad is investing $20 million to increase capacity at its Santa Teresa Intermodal Terminal and Refueling Station. The company is building a block-swap yard that will allow it to add container blocks to passing trains faster and more efficiently. Union Pacific has 618 miles of track in New Mexico. The rail line that heads north out of Santa Teresa is part of a key route connecting Southern California and the Midwest.
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