CAMPO to reassess Lone Star Rail routes after Union Pacific drops out
Elected officials who sit on the policy board for the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization are scrutinizing progress made on developing a commuter rail line between San Antonio and Georgetown now that a vital player has dropped out of the project. Union Pacific Railroad’s line through Central Texas along the I-35 corridor had been the frontrunner for Lone Star Rail District’s route alignment. On Feb. 9, UP sent LSRD a letter announcing it was ending a memorandum of understanding between the two parties.
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock