Can we afford passenger rail?

Weinman, Keith
July 1996
Colorado Business Magazine;Jul96, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p61
Comments on proposals to build a mass rail system in Colorado. Consideration of building rail utilities over the construction of new highways; Questions on the cost-effectiveness of such proposals; Estimates of state spendings on railroad constructions.


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