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December 04, 2012

See the TEX Rail/Cotton Belt project up close - interactive map of the commuter rail line

The TEX Rail/Cotton Belt commuter line promises to be the next huge transportation project in North Texas. Sometime in the next month or so, a confidential plan to enlist the help of outside developers to pay for the passenger rail line from southwest Fort Worth to Plano or Wylie will be made public. Meanwhile, as we at the Star-Telegram try to keep you informed about the project, we've begun to put together an interactive map to specifically show where the rail line would run and where the stations would be built. Please click on the map and have a look around, and let me know if you notice anything surpising, or otherwise out of the ordinary. Also, here's a link to a story of mine that ran last month highlighting some of the progress on the project. - @gdickson Haltomtexrail

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