Prior to shutdown, senators pressed for train-noise work

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Udall, Bennet Urge FRA to Be Flexible, Work with Cities to on Quiet-Zone Rules

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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