Commuters scramble out of the Tri-Rail trains on NW 79th street in Miami on Tuesday April 21, 2015. Tri-Rail is a potential operator of an east-west commuter line that would run on tracks owned by the CSX cargo-rail company.
Commuters scramble out of the Tri-Rail trains on NW 79th street in Miami on Tuesday April 21, 2015. Tri-Rail is a potential operator of an east-west commuter line that would run on tracks owned by the CSX cargo-rail company. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD
Commuters scramble out of the Tri-Rail trains on NW 79th street in Miami on Tuesday April 21, 2015. Tri-Rail is a potential operator of an east-west commuter line that would run on tracks owned by the CSX cargo-rail company. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD

A costly piece for Miami-Dade’s east-west route: CSX tracks

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