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The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) yesterday opened a new commuter-rail station in Spotsylvania County, Va., which now marks the southern terminus for VRE train service on the Fredericksburg line.The station also represents the first extension of the railroad's commuter service since it began operations more than 20 years ago, VRE officials said in a press release."We're excited to bring VRE to Spotsylvania County," said Doug Allen, chief executive officer of VRE. "It will provide our new riders a convenient, reliable, traffic-free commute and will benefit the whole region."
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