Close up on San Diego Business Host Barry Waxler interviews Donald Stoecklein from Pacific Imperial Railroad.

Pacific Imperial Railroad, Inc. (PIR), was incorporated in Delaware on October 27, 2011 and qualified to do business in California on April 23, 2012, having its stated objectives being to lease, rehabilitate, reopen and resume service, manage, operate, and maintain the entire Desert Line from “Mileposts 59.94” at or near the U.S. Border in “Division” to “Milepost 130.0” at Plaster City, west of El Centro.

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