Front Range Commission to Draft Rail Legislation

A commission studying the institution of intercity rail passenger service on the Interstate 25 corridor in Colorado has presented its findings to the state legislature’s Joint Transportation Committee.

The Front Range Rail Commission has detailed how to implement rail service between Trinidad and Fort Collins.

The next step will be for the Commission to draft legislation to present to the Colorado legislature by Dec. 1.
Pueblo County Commissioner Sal Pace said the Commission still need to research how the rail route would best serve the needs of Colorado residents.

That include making a determination about whether to locate the Denver station downtown or at the Denver International Airport.

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