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Fort Worth Transportation Authority to begin environmental process for new commuter-rail line


The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) is launching a series of public meetings on its proposed Southwest-to-Northeast Rail Corridor this week. During the meetings, authority officials will explain details of an environmental study the agency is conducting to identify and address the commuter-rail corridor’s environmental impacts.

The 11-station line would run from Fort Worth’s Granbury Road/South Hulen area through downtown Fort Worth, then northeast to downtown Grapevine and to the north entrance of the Dallas-Fort Worth airport. The line would connect with Trinity Railway Express in downtown Fort Worth.

In the meantime, The T has launched a Web site at to provide additional information about the project.

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More News from 6/19/2007