DALLAS – A high-speed rail line along Colorado’s Front Range could carry 13 million passengers a year and would likely cost $9.8 billion, according to estimates by the Colorado Department of Transportation.

The 132-mile route connecting Denver to Fort Collins to the north and Colorado Springs to the south is one of several under consideration for high-speed rail, officials said.

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