Former QC mayor criticizes train merger at hearing in Washington, D.C.

Bill Gluba, a former Davenport mayor, discusses the impact of a proposed train merger during a Surface Transportation Board public hearing in Davenport.
Bill Gluba, a former Davenport mayor, discusses the impact of a proposed train merger during a Surface Transportation Board public hearing earlier this month in Davenport. CREDIT DAVE THOMPSON
The federal Surface Transportation Board convened the first of at least three days of public hearings in Washington, D.C., over the proposed merger between the Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern railroads on Wednesday, Sept. 28. The board heard from the railroads, who said the merger would improve competition, create jobs, drive economic growth and […]
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