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Interview: Front Range Rail planners want to start with bare-bones service. Here’s what else you need to know

Summary by Ground News
Front Range Passenger Rail District wants to build passenger rail along Colorado's Front Range. A bare-bones rail line would share track with freight trains and operate only up to six trips a day. Such an approach is estimated to cost about $2 billion to build, far less than the $8 billion to $14 billion.

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