Lone Star Rail District pushing forward on rail project
The Lone Star Rail District, which is aiming to bring commuter rail service to cities along I-35 between Georgetown and San Antonio, announced April 15 that it plans to continue working on the commuter rail project it began exploring in 1997 when the Texas Legislature created the organization. In February freight carrier Union Pacific Corp. announced it was terminating an agreement allowing the district to study its rail line for potential future use as the rail line that would carry commuter traffic through the corridor. UP freight traffic would have been transferred to a new line that would have been […]
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