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Union Pacific Railroad this year will invest $41 million in its infrastructure in Wyoming. The railroad has slotted $38 million for track maintenance and $2.8 million for bridge maintenance, UP officials said yesterday in a press release.One key project involves replacing 68,579 ties and installing 21,967 tons of ballast on the rail line in eastern Goshen and Niobrara counties. That work is expected to cost $10 million.UP also has set aside $7 million to replace 58,382 ties and install nearly 39,375 tons of ballast between Wamsutter and Rock Springs.From 2012 to 2016, UP invested more than $243 million in Wyoming's transportation infrastructure, according to the railroad.The Class I in late March began unveiling its state-by-state infrastructure plans. Since then, UP has announced investment plans for rail improvements in Nevada, Kansas, Oklahoma and Utah.
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