(Press Release) A new broad-based, statewide transportation coalition has been formed to advocate for a strategic new approach to improving transportation in Ohio, including new and increased funding for all modes of travel, it was announced on Tuesday.
Cleveland Plain Dealer wrote Cleveland-Cincinnati passenger rail service plan gets boost from Congress December 04, 2008 Karen Farkas Passenger rail service from Cleveland to Cincinnati could be a reality by 2010 if the state gets $100 million in proposed infrastructure stimulus money. The Ohio Rail Development Commission also intends to apply next year for federal […]
The Alive wrote On the right track Thursday, November 13, 2008 By John Ross Today, of the 20 largest cities in the United States, Columbus is one of two without passenger rail service. Even Cleveland and Cincinnati have sustained train stations, while Central Ohio has maintained only tracks, overpasses and the lonely whistles of passing […]