Northern Indiana Passenger Rail Association is holding a public meeting today to discuss the next steps in the Chicago-Fort Wayne-Columbus passenger rail line.
Video from nine-city agreement for passenger rail media availability.
MORPC and Columbus and Marysville are ready for the next phase of the exploration of a proposed Columbus to Chicago High-Speed Passenger Rail Corridor.
Nine city mayors announce they will sign a memorandum of agreement calling for the development of a Chicago-Fort Wayne-Columbus passenger rail corridor.
Councilman Geoff Paddock (D-5) has announced the intention to take the Columbus - Fort Wayne - Chicago high speed passenger rail project back to the Fort Wayne City Council on December 10th.
A broad coalition of support is building in Indiana and Ohio to bring passenger rail service back to the region - linking Fort Wayne with Chicago and Columbus, Ohio - at speeds up to 110 mph.
Councilman Paddock seeks Legacy Fort Wayne money for rail study.
The Northeast Indiana Passenger Rail Association, Inc. today announced the release of a Business Plan laying the groundwork for a regional, eleven-city, passenger rail corridor between Columbus, Ohio and Chicago, Illinois through Fort Wayne and Warsaw, Indiana.
Don't miss Fort Wayne's exclusive screening of Trainsforming America - with filmmaker / director Rebecca Sansom!
News release from the Northeast Indiana Passenger Rail Association, or NIPRA: NIPRA announces plans for major passenger rail study(August 9, 2012) - The Northeast Indiana...