The high-speed rail project from San Francisco to Los Angeles has faced a lot of challenges since California’s Governor Brown first proposed it.
Chicago got some big news yesterday with the announcement that we’d won the bid for the George Lucas Museum.
The museum will mean more tourists in our city. And more tourism means more travelers looking for fast, convenient and affordable ways to get around town.
It’s not everyday you are asked to weigh in on one of the most important planning processes in the entire region.
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is currently updating the Chicago to Detroit corridor to lengthen the 110 mph sections of track. To complement these upgrades, Michigan is considering purchasing high-performance Talgo trains designed to navigate both conventional freight and upgraded track.
MHSRA‘s new white paper discusses how to alleviate Chicago’s A-2 crossing.