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Draper TRAX Opponents Plan to Appeal Judge's Decision

Draper TRAX Opponents Plan to Appeal Judge's Decision

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(KSL News) A judge's decision will not keep Draper residents from fighting to keep a TRAX route out of their neighborhood.

The group Citizens for Responsible Transportation wants to petition for a voter referendum on the proposed TRAX line.

However a judge ruled the group is opposing a city resolution, not a law, and voters are only entitled to reject actual legislation.

Members of CRT plan to appeal the ruling.

You can read more about the situation in today's Deseret Morning News.

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