New Mexico, and Arizona to celebrate.
We had the opportunity to ride the famous Durango and Silverton train between those respective towns which was a contrast from Amtrak's Superliners, the Cascade Talgo, and FrontRunner.
Here is a posting from the Overhead Wire about a bill going through Congress on Transportation Funding:
Bill Language Translation
Also, for anyone that still wants proof that turning UTA over to UDOT is a bad idea and could lead to transit funds being stolen for other projects, the Governor of California, you know that actor guy has proposed taking $1 Billion of voter approved moneys and moving into the general fund and then sending some of that funding over to highways. Does anyone really want to give our state legislature that opportunity?
Here are some more articles over the past week:
Transit Corridors and an "Affordable" Street Car Technology
Riders: FrontRunner still lags in a few areas
Space Race Update: UTA Vehicle Purchase
Pining for the open mike
Commuter rail, bigger I-15 may be in Utah County's future
UTA launches construction on first 'FrontLines' corridor
Did UTA pull a bait and switch in West Jordan?
Salt Lake City's Rail Program Ready for Rapid Expansion
Becker Meets With Transportation Officials in Washington
SLC to UTA: Stop that bulldozer
UTA holds off on razing warehouse