Fort Wayne city council backs high-speed rail study with cash
(Source: Journal Gazette, February 11, 2014)
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Once again, the City Council has voted to support a study needed to bring high-speed passenger rail to the city, but this time council members backed it up with cash. The council voted unanimously Tuesday to give $200,000 toward an environmental study of a high-speed rail line between Columbus, Ohio, and Chicago, with stops at several cities in between, including Fort Wayne.
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014
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