Railroad to spend $10 million on rail fixes

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Denver (AP) -- The Union Pacific Railroad says it will spend more
than $10 million in Colorado fixing the rail line that runs from
the Moffat tunnel to Kremmling.
The railroad says projects over the 70 miles of tracks include
removing and installing more than 55,000 ties and renewing the
surfaces at more than 50 road crossings. The railroad says it is
also shoring up curves.
The projects began at the end of June and are scheduled to be
completed by the end of December.


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