Plans to restore passenger rail service to southern Montana will receive a significant boost from the infrastructure bill passed by Congress. Senator Jon Tester included language that directs the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to study the restoration of long-distance routes across the country and provides $15 million to do so. Among other things the infrastructure bill included $12 billion for actual route implementation. Of that, around $2.4 billion must go to long-distance routes.
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