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Woods Cross Residents Worried About Commuter Rail Stop

Woods Cross Residents Worried About Commuter Rail Stop

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Mary Richards, KSL NewsradioSome Woods Cross residents are worried about the plans for a commuter rail stop right in front of their homes. It will be in the area 800 West and 900 South in Woods Cross.

Trains come by here all the time, but a new commuter rail train is not what worries residents here; it's the two park and ride lots that will be built for this Frontrunner station.

Don Moore points out where the park and ride lots will be. "I think they are going to be coming in from this way." He's not as worried as his neighbors, who fear rising crime and accidents. Moore says someone offered to buy his home but he's not selling. "I don't want to sell my home. We've lived here too long."

UTA says commuter rail should be open here by spring of next year.

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