Amtrak service cuts are hurting economy and traditions in southern Colorado
(Source: Colorado Public Radio, October 9, 2020)
DENVER — Due to a decline in ridership during the ongoing pandemic, Amtrak has cut most of its daily long-distance train services to three days a week. These reductions in service could result in economic losses totaling more than an estimated $72 million across the state of Colorado, according to research done by the Rail Passengers Association and Transportation for America.
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Tuesday, October 13, 2020
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