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This Month in Rail: April 2017

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From the RailPAC team, we present to you some of the best rail-related stories we’ve read over this past month.

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Chinese Firm To Build Cars For Metro Subway, Rail Lines
CBS Los Angeles

The GOP Case for Cutting Federal Transit Funding Isn’t Principled — It’s Tribalism
Streetsblog USA

Denying California rail money damages more than state, it hurts the nation
The Modesto Bee

Was the West Contra Costa Transportation Study Too Quick to Dismiss Mainline Rail?
Streetsblog SF

CA: ACE Train to Extend to Ceres, Merced Thanks to Deal Approving State Gas-Tax Increase
Mass Transit Magazine

Golden Gate Bridge Train Service? It’s Time to Get on Board
Zócalo Public Square

Getting the Coast Daylight sooner rather than later
Message from RailPAC President Paul Dyson, published on Noel Braymer’s blog

Did Some Political Pork Give a Boost to High-Speed Rail?
Streetsblog SF

The Transit Riding Habit Can Last a Lifetime, But First You Need to Get People in the Habit
Streetsblog USA

Mapping Amtrak Service, Before and After the Trump Budget
CityLab

Jeff Morales, high-speed rail CEO, to step down
Silicon Valley Business Journal

Arrival of Las Vegas Raiders breathes new life into high-speed rail project
Las Vegas Review-Journal

Siemens Charger Clean Diesel-Electric Locomotives to Begin Operation on Capitol Corridor this Month
Mass Transit Magazine

Though shovels are ready, Trump officials delay grant for Caltrain upgrade
Washington Post

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