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Report: $37 Million Option For Eastside Train

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This article, published by The Seattle Times, mentions the Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute:

Rather than rip out the tracks, an investment of about $37 million could make the 42-mile corridor ready for commuter trains to serve Eastside communities, said Read Fay, a retired BNSF regional manager who wrote the report for the Cascadia Center at Discovery Institute.

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