Plans Build to Remove Alaskan Rail Tracks

2 July 2009 (Last Updated July 2nd, 2009 18:30)

Rail tracks that cut through the Alaskan city of Palmer in the US may be removed so that the city can develop a green belt that will run through the city centre. Tracks at several other intersections may also be removed to allow smooth running of traffic across the mostly inactive trac

Rail tracks that cut through the Alaskan city of Palmer in the US may be removed so that the city can develop a green belt that will run through the city centre.

Tracks at several other intersections may also be removed to allow smooth running of traffic across the mostly inactive tracks, adn.com reports.

The plan will undergo public consultation before being put to the Alaska Railroad Corporation for approval.