Passenger and freight trains are being rerouted from Colorado through Wyoming after a series of rockslides west of the Moffat Tunnel buried railroad tracks for nearly two miles, including one rockslide that was 10 feet deep.
Amtrak trains are running again between Denver and western Colorado now that tracks damaged by last month’s flooding have been repaired.
Amtrak’s California Zephyr passenger train is taking detours because of temporary track closures in Colorado.
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.
Environmentalists are asking Boulder County commissioners to block a Denver water project.