NW Indiana's clogged railroads to get $71 million upgrade
(Source: Associated Press, September 13, 2012)
PORTER, Ind. — Northwestern Indiana's congested railroad corridors will see some upgrades with $71 million in federal money to help speed the flow of passenger and freight trains and perhaps help progress on a Chicago-to-Detroit high-speed Amtrak rail route.
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Monday, September 17, 2012
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