The fast-growing Front Range region of the American West encompasses cities along the I-25 corridor in Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico. Poised to grow 50 percent by the year 2035, local transportation advocates and business leaders in these region are exploring high-speed rail as a sustainable transportation and economic development initiative. In September 2006 a $1.2 million feasibility study for high-speed rail was commissioned, exploring the feasibility of high speed rail service along the I-25 corridor and the I-70 corridor, from Utah to Denver International Airport.
A recent op-ed in The Denver Post argues in favor of these investments.
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