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Rocky Mountain Rail

Connecting People, Places and Commerce

Rocky Mountain Rail

Connecting People, Places and Commerce

Building the future of transportation today.

Our Mission: To become the leading passenger and local freight rail provider to the emerging Rocky Mountain Mega Region.

Our Vision: To use the existing Class One rail right-of-ways as the foundation for the Rocky Mountain Mega Region rail system.

Phase One

Move existing freight lines to Eastern Colorado bypassing the Front Range urban  areas.

Phase Two

Connecting Colorado to the surrounding seven states and their major transportation hubs.

Phase Three

Connecting the 17 western state transportation hubs including regional  airports and future spaceports.

States Connected

New Jobs Created

Cities Served


Fewer Cars & Trucks

Everyone Benefits

Local and regional rail not only pays for itself but increases the financial opportunities. It also increases the region’s ability to attract and support new business.

Here are just a few of the way in which Rocky Mountain rail will benefit people, places and commerce.

Modern Infrastructure

New rail and silent crossings overcome old and crumbling infrastructure such as roads, bridges, overpasses, tunnels.

Attracting New Business

Creating new business & jobs opportunities attracting new businesses generating a large and strong tax-base.

Faster for Everyone

Modern rail makes the speed of travel exponentially faster for both passengers and freight throughout the region.

Cost Down / Safety Up

Reducing costs by using: cutting-edge battery-powered trains, and pre-stressed concrete beds.

New Skilled Workforce

Modern railroads attract skilled young professionals ready to join the global economy.

Success for All

Access to transportation is the single most important factor in an individual’s ability to escape poverty.

What they are saying!

“My company needs fast and inexpensive rail service in order to grow. Our bottom line depends on it.  I hope Rocky Mountain Rail came make it happen.”
Samantha Jones

Statewide passenger service is important to me because driving isn’t a trip, it’s a chore. Visiting our state shouldn’t require fighting traffic for the reward of seeing our beautiful cities, towns, and vistas.
John Riecke

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5729 West 115th Avenue
Westminster, CO 80234

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