January 29, 2020
‘The Arrow’ will feature zero-emission trains
REDLANDS – (INT) - Residents of the East San Bernardino Valley will eventually have a ticket to ride. Commuter train service is coming to Redlands.

A groundbreaking Friday will put The Arrow on a 9-mile track connecting Redlands to the downtown San Bernardino Transit hub. The Arrow will use existing tracks between the two cities.

It’s also environmentally-friendly with low emission engines that will ultimately be converted to zero-emission units that will be the first of their kind in the nation.

It’ll be ‘all aboard’ The Arrow in 2021.
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