U.S.: Colorado is making progress on a Front Range railway. Here’s what it will take to make it happen.

By Jon Murray, The Denver Post; September 6, 2020 The idea sounds enticing: Instead of battling Interstate 25 congestion, travelers…

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U.S.: Colorado Department Of Transportation Projection Suggests A Front Range Train Would Carry 3 Million Passengers A Year

By Nathaniel Minor, Colorado Public Radio News; August 31, 2020 A passenger rail line stretching nearly 200 miles between Fort…

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U.S., Colorado, Front Range Passenger Rail Project: Input needed to get on track

By Christian Burney, Bent County Democrat; July 14, 2020 Colorado Department of Transportation is seeking input about a direction of…

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U.S., Colorado: State speeding up Front Range Passenger Rail process

By Brandon Thompson, FOX 21 News; July 7, 2020 COLORADO SPRINGS — Creating a passenger rail line spanning the 173…

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Colorado: That Idea For A Front Range Train Remains A Popular One

By Kate Schimel, Colorado Public Radio News; October 11, 2019 Right now, the best way to get from Pueblo to…

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Colorado: Passenger rail commission aims to connect Front Range Communities

By Andy Koen, KOAA NBC 5; February 19 2019 DENVER – On any given day, an estimated 98,100 people are…

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Colorado: State rail commission plots path forward for Front Range passenger train

By Nick Coltrain, Coloradoan; November 18, 2017 Colorado’s newly formed passenger rail commission aims to push the conversation forward this…

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Colorado: ‘Roads are not enough:’ Commission exploring Front Range passenger train service preps lawmakers on their pitch

Members of a commission exploring the viability of passenger train service across the Front Range briefed lawmakers Thursday on their…

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