Northwest Colorado pushes to replace coal train with passenger train


As coal-fired power plants are being put out of operation in northwest Colorado, the railway that carried coal to the plants might be turned into passenger rail service.

At least, it’s the idea around Steamboat Springs. Two legislators recently asked the Colorado Department of Transportation to approve a regional passenger rail service. They propose using existing rail infrastructure operated by Union Pacific to be repurposed for passenger travel.

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