Ohio Congress members seek Lake Erie high speed rail corridor
(The Cleveland Plain Dealer published the following on February 11, 2010.)
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Ohio may yet get on track with President Obama's newly announced $53 billion initiative to build a nationwide high speed rail network.
A bipartisan group of northern Ohio Congress members met Thursday with Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood to discuss building a high speed rail line along Lake Erie that would link Cleveland with Chicago, Detroit, Toledo and Buffalo, and also include routes to Youngstown and Pittsburgh. Building a line along the lake is a top tier part of Obama's rail program.
The full story appears on the Plain Dealer website.
Friday, February 11, 2011
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