DALLAS — Denver will commit up to $8 million per year for 20 years to secure a $300 million federal loan for redeveloping its Union Station train terminal as a hub for an ambitious mass-transit system.

The moral pledge, approved by the City Council Monday night, was required for the loan, even though Denver may not have to provide any of its general revenue funds for the project.

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