COLUMBIA — The well-known Columbia Terminal Railroad (COLT) crossing at U.S. 63 is set to be replaced for the first time since it was built in the 1980s. City Council voted unanimously on Monday to approve a loan from the Electric Utility fund to the Railroad Utility fund for construction of the crossing on U.S. 63 between Route B and Brown Station Road.
Columbia Terminal Railroad crossing at U.S. 63 to be replaced
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