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  • Straightening of Curve at Amtrak Derailment Site in Dupont
    had not been State Priority
    Updated On: Jan 03, 2018

    The curve where Amtrak Cascades 501 derailed December 18, 2017 killing three people, was identified years ago as an obstacle to Washington state’s dream of creating high-speed rail.

    The corridor between Lakewood and Nisqually “includes unsuitable sharp curvature,” said the state’s long-range plan, written in 2006. “A new connection, largely on structure because of differences in elevation, with a speed limit of one hundred mph will be required.”

    Entire article available at: www.seattletimes.com


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