While the prospect of getting changes made faded with the recent shutdown of the federal government, Colorado’s U.S. senators have continued to seek changes regarding railroad crossing quiet zones.
In a letter late last month, Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet pressed the Federal Railroad Administration to work with Commerce City and swiftly review the city’s application to establish a new railroad crossing quiet zone.
The new quiet zone, located on 96th Avenue, would be the fifth for the Adams County community.
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