The United States has just finished a two-week trial of a train service that connects the northern tip of Utah and Washington.
The first train in the line will run from the Salt Lake City International Airport to the Washington-Portland International Airport from May 25.
The second train will run between the Washington, D.C.-Seattle International Airport and Portland International Airport.
The new service will be offered from May 18.
The service will operate every 30 minutes, a delay of two minutes if the train is delayed because of bad weather.
There are two trains per day, and passengers on the first train will have the option of boarding at the Salt City or Washington terminals.
A separate service, the Oregon Train, is also in development.
Both services will cost $80 for adults, $30 for children ages 6 to 17, and $30 to $50 for seniors.
The rail service has been a long time in the works.
In 2016, the Federal Railroad Administration issued an order to the Department of Transportation to begin developing a “rail-to-ground” rail service that would link the two cities.
A previous effort to build a similar service, dubbed the Utah Rail, had to be stopped due to poor weather conditions.
Now, a new rail line has been approved and the Federal Government will begin building it.
The Salt Lake International Airport, which was not previously used as a rail terminal, will be used for this service, according to the Salt Center for Transportation, which is building the rail line.
A third train will be operated between Portland and Salt Lake from the Utah Airport to Seattle.
The last train to depart from Salt Lake will be from Seattle to Portland.
The Utah Rail is expected to be completed by the end of 2020.
The Federal Railroad Agency is currently in the process of building a third rail line to the west, connecting Washington to Utah, according the Salt Union.
A final decision is expected by July of 2021.