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January 25, 2013

Cotton Belt commuter rail project gets green light


The North Central Texas Council of Governments approved a set of guidelines to trigger the private development of the proposed 62-mile Cotton Belt commuter line from southwest Fort Worth to Plano.

Below is a video rendering showing how the Cotton Belt route might look from DFW Airport to the east:



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