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|Wednesday, March 03, 2010|
The Oregon Department of Transportation is in the process of buying two new train sets to keep Amtrak service running between Portland and the Willamette Valley.
The new trains could provide a boost to two new destination developments in Oregon City, which will be built by the train station.
Read the full story at the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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