Nate Inman with RGW Construction walks the B Street undercrossing at the downtown Dixon train depot, which serves as a Dixon Chamber of Commerce office. 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 get the building to qualify as a rail passenger stop for Capitol Corridor trains.
Nate Inman with RGW Construction walks the B Street undercrossing at the downtown Dixon train depot, which serves as a Dixon Chamber of Commerce office. 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 get the building to qualify as a rail passenger stop for Capitol Corridor trains. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Nate Inman with RGW Construction walks the B Street undercrossing at the downtown Dixon train depot, which serves as a Dixon Chamber of Commerce office. 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 get the building to qualify as a rail passenger stop for Capitol Corridor trains. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

Dixon’s downtown depot: Will the train ever stop here?

November 29, 2014 12:00 PM

UPDATED November 29, 2014 10:57 PM

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