The firms Camoin Associates and Barton & Loguidice were hired by the not for profit AdkAction to study the costs and economic impacts of upgrading, or removing, a 34-mile, seldom used rail line between Tupper Lake and Lake Placid. The corridor is currently owned by the NYS DOT and it compared
A) Expanding the Adirondack Scenic Railroad (that currently operates on a section of track to the south), or
B) Converting the rail bed to a multi-use recreational trail.
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