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June 4, 2014

New intercity fixed-route service connecting Calif., Nev. launched

Through a public-private partnership between the Nevada DOT and Silver State Trailways, the system will connect 10 cities, unincorporated areas, military installations, and Native American and rural communities.


July 5, 2012

Nevada DOT considers rail crossing improvements

According to recent reports, the move comes amid criticism that it's taken too long to make improvements.


July 29, 2011

FRA releases high-speed rail grants to Iowa, Nev.

Part of an effort to develop an integrated passenger rail network. The Iowa DOT received $400,000 to develop a freight and passenger rail transportation model which will expand on an existing statewide travel demand model. The Nevada DOT received $640,000 to fund the completion of the Nevada State Rail Plan.


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