KCS, BNSF partner on US-Mexico traffic

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FORT WORTH, Texas — BNSF Railway and Kansas City Southern are partnering on a new joint-intermodal service connecting Chicago and Dallas/Fort Worth markets with Kansas City Southern de Mexico’s intermodal business near Monterrey, Mexico. The service will then connect to other corridors on BNSF’s network through Dallas, including western markets in California and the Pacific Northwest.

Beginning Dec. 1, northbound trains will operate from Monterrey to Dallas or Chicago. Southbound trains will run from Chicago or Dallas to Laredo, Texas, or to Monterrey. Trains will run five days a week.

“We are excited to be partnering with KCS to offer our customers a new, efficient and reliable way to access some of Mexico’s largest metropolitan markets,” says Katie Farmer, group vice president of BNSF consumer products.

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