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Busy Texas rail corridor along U.S. 377 could get busier

(Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram, July 20, 2014)

KELLER, Texas ó Union Pacific plans to add a second rail line and make other improvements over about five miles of track along U.S. 377, stretching roughly from Kroger Drive near the far north Fort Worth-Keller city limits to Texas 114 in Roanoke. The work could begin as soon as next year and would take about nine months, officials said.

Full story: Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Monday, July 21, 2014

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