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Port Agrees To Pay $103M For Eastside Rail Corridor

Original Article

This article, published by Puget Sound Business Journal, quotes Discovery Institute Fellow Bruce Agnew:

Bruce Agnew, director of Cascadia Center at Discovery Institute, in Seattle, which has studied the corridor extensively, said it was clear the track would be removed.

“To take up 31 miles of perfectly usable track is reprehensible,” he said.

The rest of the article can be found here.