Stakeholders begin reassessing Lone Star Rail District feasibility
Elected officials who sit on the policy board for the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization are scrutinizing development of a proposed commuter rail line between San Antonio and Georgetown now that a vital player has dropped out of the project. Lone Star Rail District had been seeking to put the proposed $2.4 billion commuter rail line on the existing Union Pacific Corp. freight rail line. Regional UP freight would have been transferred to a new line to be built east of I-35. In February, UP terminated an agreement with the LSRD that would have been a stepping stone to eventually […]
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