Stop a New Oil Train From Barreling Through Colorado

Tell Sens. Bennet and Hickenlooper to speak out against this misguided plan.
Potential Uinta Basin Railway route
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A new oil train could soon send millions of barrels of climate-destroying oil from Utah's Uinta Basin through Colorado.

Tell Sens. Bennet and Hickenlooper to stop this dangerous plan in its tracks.

Oil trains over a mile and a half long would be routed through Colorado, creating new wildfire hazards.  Tennessee Pass could be reopened, threatening Browns Canyon National Monument and the Arkansas River. 

The U.S. Forest Service can stop this misguided plan by denying a right-of-way through the Ashley National Forest. And it must. Colorado can’t afford either the local dangers of oil trains or the global climate damage. 

Tell Sens. Bennet and Hickenlooper to demand that the Forest Service deny the right-of-way permit.

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Photo of potential Uinta Basin Railway route by Ryan Beam/Center for Biological Diversity.

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