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MIAMI-When an underground tunnel connecting PortMiami and Interstate 395 is completed in 2014, flatbed trucks hauling cargo containers will be able to travel from Miami to Massachusetts without passing through a single traffic light, notes John Carver, head of Jones Lang LaSalle‘s Ports, Airports and Global Infrastructure group, which recently relocated from Los Angeles to Miami. Nearby, he explains, a restored rail link connecting the Port with the Florida East Coast Railway will enable the transfer of up to 200 containers at a time, a far cry from the one-by-one loading process underway today.

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