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  • NARP is now RPA

  • Hotline #1,049

    RPA Staff Tour Brightline Prior to Saturday’s Service Launch; PTC Legislation Introduced; Mudslide Hampers Pacific Surfliner; Alaska To Study Passenger Rail Line

  • Hotline #1048

    Hotline #1,048: NTSB Issues Report on Amtrak Derailment; Gateway Hits Snag with Administration; Amtrak Begins Stage Two at NY Penn Station; Brightline Readies Service

  • Hotline #1,047

    RPA Remembers Jim Hamre and Zack Willhoite; Amtrak Derailment in DuPont, WA; Brightline Receives FEIS Approval; CHSRA Releases Sustainability Report

  • Release #17-20

    RPA Board Member Jim Hamre and Member Zack Willhoite Reported Among Fatalities in Amtrak Cascades Derailment

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