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The Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger-Rail Commission selected Randy Grauberger as its first project director.
Prior to his new role, Grauberger served as senior transportation planning manager at the engineering firm WSP, according to a Feb. 27 commission announcement.
He also was employed at the CDOT for more than 28 years, serving in a number of planning positions, including branch manager in the transportation development division.
Created in 2017, the commission is charged with developing the Front Range commuter-rail service, overseeing planning, public outreach and implementation strategies. It also is directed to work with Amtrak, BNSF Railway Co., and the states of Kansas and New Mexico to ensure the continuation of Amtrak’s existing Southwest Chief service through southeastern Colorado, according to a press release.