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Will reality derail plans for NY's upstate tracks?

(The following appeared on the Albany Times-Union website on February 14, 2011.)

RENSSELAER, N.Y. — It took nearly nine years to demolish the two former Amtrak train stations here after the new Rensselaer passenger station opened in 2002.

Local officials hope the new railroad track that's to run where the stations once stood gets built far more quickly.

The full story appears on the Albany Times-Union website.

Monday, February 14, 2011

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