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By Ethan Thomas Deseret News LEHI -- A group of citizens and public officials turned out Tuesday afternoon at a groundbreaking ceremony for the FrontRunner South commuter rail line. The ceremony was held at 3100 N.
By Leigh Dethman Deseret News Funding for a TRAX line to the airport is finally secured. The Salt Lake County Council on Tuesday approved an agreement to divert a portion of car-registration fees to come up with $35 million to pay for the mass-transit line.
By Rebecca Palmer Deseret News A decision by Utah's high court will let stand a Draper City Council resolution regarding a proposed light rail line through the city's rural east side. But residents in the rapidly growing suburb could still persuade the Utah Transit Authority to build elsewhere.
By Jennifer W. Sanchez, The Salt Lake Tribune Jul. 11--After 18 months of legal wrangling about where to put a TRAX line in Draper, a Utah Supreme Court ruling today cleared the way for light-rail trains to run through the city's east-side residential neighborhoods.
By Lee Davidson Deseret News Senate appropriators voted Thursday to put nearly $100 million on track to expand the FrontRunner and Trax train systems for Utah commuters. They also approved more than another $100 million for Utah energy and water projects. About moving the rail projects along, Sen.
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