Photo by Ed Coyle

ABOUT US

The Front Range Passenger Rail project consists of a “blended team” led by the Rail Commission, CDOT, and a consultant team. The team includes a range of specialized firms with decades of experience in the rail industry and on Front Range transportation projects to advance the project forward.

WHO WE ARE

Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail Commission logo displaying a state of Colorado train and mountains

Southwest Chief & Front Range Passenger Rail Commission

Colorado Department of Transportation

STUDY AREA

 

Proposed Front Range Passenger Rail Corridor, Amtrak, and Intercity/Interregional Bus Routes

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Colorado

Wyoming

Nebraska

Utah

New Mexico

Kansas

Colorado Springs

Denver

Castle Rock

Fort Collins

Glenwood Springs

Lamar

Pueblo

Durango

Alamosa

Grand Junction

Steamboat

Springs

Fort Morgan

Trinidad

Intercity/Interregional Bus

Intercity/Interregional Bus

Intercity/Interregional Bus

Intercity/Interregional Bus

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Colorado

SCHEDULE

 
Project development and evaluation schedule

PAST STUDIES

 

The Front Range Passenger Rail project will build on the many studies that have been conducted in the past on the Front Range to support the development of a passenger rail. Some of these studies include: 

- North I-25 EIS Commuter Rail Update

- Advanced Guideway System Feasibility Study

- Colorado Freight and Passenger Rail Plan

- Rocky Mountain Rail Authority High Speed Rail Feasibility Study

- ICS (Interregional Connectivity Study)

 

North I-25 EIS Commuter Rail Update

Commuter Rail Update

Advanced Guideway  System Feasibility Study

Advanced Guideway System Feasibilty Study

 Colorado Freight and Passenger Rail Plan

CO Freight and Passenger Rail Plan 2018.

Rocky Mountain Rail Authority High-Speed Rail Feasibility Study

Rocky Mountain Rail Authority. High-speed rail study

ICS (Interregional Connectivity Study)

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