Passenger trains could be running in Ohio in 2010
From The Dispatch:
It’s been so long since people could catch a train in Columbus and debark in Cleveland a couple of hours later that most Ohioans probably regard the notion as a Cold War memory, like TV dinners in metal trays. Now it’s time to thaw out the idea, advocates say.
State leaders are determined to connect Ohio’s three largest cities by passenger rail as early as next year, an idea that Gov. Ted Strickland endorsed in his State of the State address Wednesday.