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Facts About Union Pacific Deal in Santa Teresa

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  1. Union Pacific To Construct New Rail Facility Near Santa Teresa, New MexicoFacility To Bolster Economy  About The Project Union Pacific Railroad is working toward an First proposed and supported by the New Mexicoagreement with Governor Martinez and the New governor and legislature in 2006 with a locomotiveMexico state legislature to construct a state-of-the-art fuel tax exemption, the site for the facility is locatedrail facility in the southern part of the state. With an just west of the Santa Teresa Airport, and willoverall economic impact of $500 million for the New incorporate:Mexico economy, Union Pacific’s investment in the Fueling Facilities - Located along the busy “Sunsetproject totals more than $400 million. The facility will Route” between El Paso and Los Angeles, this fuelingcreate 3,000 jobs during the construction phase from facility will enhance commerce and goods movement2011 to 2015, and will eventually be headquarters for in the state of New Mexico.more than 600 permanent jobs. For the first time ever,southern New Mexico will have a key inland port, Crew Change Buildings – This facility will eventuallypositioning the Santa Teresa area as a strategic focal serve as home base for Union Pacific employeespoint for goods movement in the southwestern U.S. operating long-haul trains out of the area.
  2. Intermodal Block Swap /Switching Yard –Enhancing capacity and efficiency, this new switchingyard will incorporate the latest engineering techniquesfor improved efficiency and throughput.Intermodal Ramp – This regionally focusedintermodal ramp will permit both local and regionalbusinesses more immediate access to the efficienciesof freight trains. Competitive Global Economy  Demands Efficiency     The construction of the Santa Teresa facility will permanently position Southern New Mexico as a crucial component of the historic “Sunset Route,” one of the oldest and most critical rail corridors in American history, securing New Mexico’s future as a leader in the goods movement industry. UnionImmediate Economic/Jobs Impact  Pacific’s initial plans for capital spending in 2011 totalUpon completion, the project will have generated $3.2 billion in support of Americas freight$500 million in economic impact in New Mexico, transportation needs and to continue enhancing thecreating thousands of jobs and fostering a new safety and efficiency of its 32,000-mile network. Theeconomic base for the Southern region of the state. resulting improved rail capacity benefits everyone. ItWith construction anticipated to begin in the fourth allows freight rail service to grow, helping to build aquarter of 2011 and continuing through 2014, the cleaner environment. According to the U.S.region will see impact as soon as this year, with Environmental Protection Agency, freight trains aresubstantial upside for many years to come. nearly four times more fuel efficient than trucks. Next Steps  The governor and the New Mexico state legislature are taking up legislation that will support making this project a reality. Contact Us   Zoe Richmond, Public Affairs Director: (602) 322-2568 Aaron Hunt, Director, Media Relations: (916) 789-6019

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