CN recently prepared its 2020-21 Winter Plan, which sets out the Class I's priorities, investments and measures for the coming season. The plan was prepared in accordance with the requirements of Canada's Transportation Modernization Act and with input from key stakeholders. It presents the railroad's past and current investments and operating measures aimed at meeting growing customer demand so the Class I can increase resilience and recoverability in cases of extreme operating conditions, CN officials said in a press release. Investing in specific measures such as infrastructure and equipment helps the company safely and efficiently move more goods and minimize the impact of unpredictable weather, they said. "There is no doubt in my mind that our ability to perform in these challenging times is largely a result of the record-high strategic capital investments we are making in our infrastructure and of the resourcefulness of our railroaders," said CN President and Chief Executive Officer JJ Ruest. More information on CN's Winter Plan can be found here.
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