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CHICAGO (May 23, 2013) -- Midwest High Speed Rail Association Executive Director Richard Harnish released the following statement Thursday in response to Illinois State Rep.
There is good news regarding the Chicago to Detroit/Pontiac corridor.
After weeks of uncertainty about who would replace Ray LaHood, President Obama this week nominated a new Secretary of Transportation - Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx.
President Obama has announced a dramatic, new national rail plan as part of his recently released 2014 budget proposal.
There is good news on the effort to preserve daily Chicago-Indianapolis service and ultimately improve it.
CHICAGO (April 10, 2013)--Midwest High Speed Rail Association Executive Director Richard Harnish released the following statement on Wednesday in response to the news that President Barack Obama ha
The Obama Administration released its budget request for Fiscal Year 2014 today, and the President has once again put forth a bold plan for transforming and expanding train service in the United State
Anderson Cooper ran another big story on high-speed rail this week, this time focusing on the Amtrak "Cascades" line running between Portland and Seattle.
March 20, 2013
The Honorable Ray H. LaHood
Secretary of Transportation
1200 New Jersey Avenue, S.E.
Washington, DC 20590
RE: Application of XpressWest for RRIF Loan
Dear Mr. Secretary:
Trains magazine columnist Fred Frailey says he’s unhappy with the way the National Association of Railroad Passengers defended the Las Vegas-based XpressWest high-speed-rail project against an attack