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Second rail track could be spur for Schenectady

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It wasn’t just a lack of funding that held up the planned, and much-needed, second train track between Albany and Schenectady for almost 20 years. It was also the failure, of Amtrak and the state, to reach agreement on this and other matters with CSX, owner of the corridor. Both obstacles have now been removed, which is great news for Schenectady, the Capital Region and the rest of upstate New York. The funding issue was ...

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SchenectadyScott
December 7, 2012
3:14 p.m.

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Any attention to our infrastructure is a step in the right direction. We would all benefit with this second rail. I would rather ride the rail than fly any day.

cstrang
December 8, 2012
11 a.m.

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Long time coming. This editorial is spot on.

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