An Amtrak Capitol Corridor passenger train speeds past the downtown Dixon train depot in Dixon on Tuesday. The city built the depot in 2006 with transportation grant funds, but trains don’t stop there yet, and it could take many more years and tens of millions of dollars to qualify the facility as a rail passenger stop for Capitol Corridor trains.
An Amtrak Capitol Corridor passenger train speeds past the downtown Dixon train depot in Dixon on Tuesday. The city built the depot in 2006 with transportation grant funds, but trains don’t stop there yet, and it could take many more years and tens of millions of dollars to qualify the facility as a rail passenger stop for Capitol Corridor trains. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
An Amtrak Capitol Corridor passenger train speeds past the downtown Dixon train depot in Dixon on Tuesday. The city built the depot in 2006 with transportation grant funds, but trains don’t stop there yet, and it could take many more years and tens of millions of dollars to qualify the facility as a rail passenger stop for Capitol Corridor trains. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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