U.S., Amtrak: Seeing America First; the travel adventures of Andrew Selden’s invisible 3,593 mile trip

By Andrew Selden, Guest Commentator; March 18, 2002 Can there be too much of a good thing? Based on my…

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U.S., Arizona: 25 years later, Sunset Limited mystery still unsolved

By Gary Nelson, Contributor, San Tan Sun News; September 24, 2020 A little before midnight on Sunday, Oct. 8, 1995,…

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U.S., Arizona: Hundreds of people will go pantsless on Phoenix light rail trains this Sunday. Here’s why

By KiMi Robinson, Arizona Republic; January 9, 2020 Imagine dozens of passengers boarding light rail trains across metro Phoenix acting…

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Phoenix, Arizona’s Historic Union Station Goes Up for Sale

By Elizabeth Whitman, Phoenix New Times; June 12, 2019 Phoenix’s historic Union Station is for sale. The property went on…

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Dozens of light rail riders shed pants in annual Phoenix, Arizona tradition

By Lauren Aguirre and Ali Phillips, Arizona Republic; January 13, 2019 Dozens of people, coaxed into action by a group…

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Arizona: Development around light rail has changed Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa

By Catherine Reagor and Jessica Boehm, Arizona Republic; December 20, 2018 Uptown Phoenix’s Camelback Road and Central Avenue area was…

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Orlando SunRail and Phoenix Valley Metro: A tale of 2 passenger trains

By Kevin Spear, Reporter, Orlando Sentinel; October 10, 2018 Orlando and Phoenix are twins separated by humidity. Both are creatures…

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Phoenix, Arizona: Everything You Need to Know About the No Pants Light Rail Ride 2018

By Benjamin Leatherman, Phoenix New Times; January 2, 2018 Phoenix’s annual No Pants Light Rail Ride started out in 2009…

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