U.S. To Spend $15.2 Million To Upgrade Tracks Used By Amtrak TrainsNew Mexico's congressional delegation has announced that the federal government will spend $15.2 million to upgrade railroad tracks used by Amtrak's Southwest Chief passenger route.
Amtrak Says Southwest Chief's New Mexico Routes To RemainAmtrak will stick with its existing New Mexico route of the Southwest Chief passenger train, according to the company.
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$12.5M To Repair Amtrak Route In Colorado, KansasA $12.5 million federal grant will pay for urgent repairs on the route of Amtrak's Southwest Chief in western Kansas and eastern Colorado, but funding for upgrades in southern Colorado and New Mexico remains uncertain.
Gov. Hickenlooper Signs Southwest Chief BillColorado is joining the effort to preserve the current route of Amtrak's Southwest Chief.
New Mexico To Study Cost-Sharing For Southwest Chief Amtrak RouteNew Mexico plans to study whether to help pay part of the cost of keeping Amtrak's Southwest Chief on its current route.
Panel OKs Study Of Cost-Sharing For Southern Colorado Amtrak RouteA legislative panel agreed Tuesday to commission a study on whether New Mexico should pay part of the cost for keeping Amtrak's Southwest Chief route.
Southern Colorado Amtrak Route In JeopardyNew Mexico, Colorado and Kansas communities face the potential loss of passenger rail service if Amtrak fails to reach a new agreement by 2016 for maintaining and upgrading portions of the Southwest Chief route through those states.
Amtrak Told Colorado, 2 Other States Have No Funding For RouteKansas, Colorado and New Mexico transportation officials say the states don't have funding to save Amtrak's Southwest Chief route through the three states.