On one hand, there are carriers, shippers, and other industry stakeholders asking Congress to change the national twin trailer standard from 28 feet to 33 feet, saying that such a move would have myriad benefits along the lines of improving productivity and increased vehicle safety, among other benefits. And on the other hand, is the railroad sector, specifically in the form of the Association of American Railroads (AAR), whom has squelched past attempts by the trucking sector to push through legislation calling for twin-33s and appears to be prepping to do so again.

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