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June 26, 2013

Calif.-to-Vegas train in negotiations for new station

Las Vegas Railway Express selects the City of North Las Vegas for the new train station that will serve passengers traveling on the route between Southern California and Las Vegas. The X Train has been in development for the past several years.


August 8, 2012

Las Vegas X Train chooses station contractor

R&O Construction's responsibilities for the X Train's Las Vegas Station include assembling a project team, choosing subcontractors, and evaluating design for budget and time considerations.


July 18, 2012

Las Vegas Railway Express names COO

The X Train, the luxury passenger train with planned rail service between Southern California and Las Vegas, announced the appointment of Jim Wilson to the post.


July 14, 2010

Las Vegas' 'X' Train taps PDI to ensure safety standards

LVRE has been planning for the establishment of a "Vegas-style" passenger train service between Los Angeles and Las Vegas since early 2009. Roundtrip service will be Thursday through Monday each week with an introductory price of $99 roundtrip.


May 7, 2010

Las Vegas Railway purchases first trainset

The initial refurbishments are expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of this year.


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