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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- The environmental impact study for the proposed commuter rail between Salt Lake and Ogden has concluded that there are no obstacles to the Utah Transit Authority's $500 million project.
The draft impact statement will be posted Friday on UTA's Web site, and it will be presented Tuesday night to a number of city councils.
The corridor runs along the railway already established by Union Pacific. Environmentalists are not expected to contest this project.
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