It appears that the plan to provide train service that would run between Fullerton and North Las Vegas is as good as dead. The Las Vegas Railway Express (LVRE) was still $1 million short for this route, stating that there was no guarantee this money would be available to the company. The second quarter report from LVRE indicates that the plan to raise $100 million to launch the service was dropped. In doing this, the company lost a $600,000 deposit to Union Pacific, which owns some of the tracks between California and Nevada. The LVRE is now planning on putting efforts toward restarting Amtrak service between California and the Las Vegas area with the addition of casino-style train cars to the route. Amtrak, however, has said that no plans are in place.