Colorado Rail Passenger Association to hold public meeting on passenger rail developments

colorado rail logoThe Colorado Rail Passenger Association, or ColoRail, will hold a public meeting at the Colorado State University Morgan Library on Sept. 27 to provide information on rail developments in Fort Collins, along the Front Range and throughout Colorado. All are invited to attend the meeting and the open house that will immediately follow.

The meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. until noon, and the open house from noon until 1 p.m.

From along the Front Range, to the plains, and to the ski slopes, trains are growing in Colorado. Join the public, students, elected officials, and policymakers as they highlight and explain the momentous developments in passenger rail in Colorado. Speakers will include:

Spencer Dodge​ – Front Range Rail Commission
Dean Klinger​ – Interim Director of Planning, Development, and Transportation for the City of Fort Collins
Peter Rickershauser​ – Representative of the BNSF Railway
Harry Safstrom ​- Representative of the Winter Park Express

ColoRail, founded in 1989 by the people who saved Denver Union Station, is a statewide, voluntary 501C3 organization working to improve and develop passenger rail and transit services in and through the state of Colorado. ColoRail supports efforts to provide multi-modal solutions to Colorado’s growing transportation needs.

CSU University Communications Staff