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January 13, 2017
Dylan Hayward

The Chicago Union Station (CUS) Redevelopment Plan took an important step forward yesterday.

January 06, 2017
Dylan Hayward

Happy holidays! This holiday season about 100 million U.S. citizens traveled all over the country to visit family and friends. China’s travel season is just beginning with the Chinese New Year running from January 13 – February 21.

December 26, 2016
Richard Harnish

A quick guest blog from Fritz Plous:

Check out the op-ed in "The Hill" of December 23: Don’t double dip in drivers’ pockets to pay for roads

December 26, 2016
Richard Harnish

We have had a very productive year at the High Speed Rail Association.

December 21, 2016
Dylan Hayward

The effort to return service to the Chicago-Fort Wayne-Lima-Columbus corridor took an important step forward on Monday. Local officials gathered at Baker Street Station in Fort Wayne to announce the next phase of planning.

December 15, 2016
Dylan Hayward

Proposals for a new train station in Buffalo are being considered by a panel led by Buffalo’s Mayor Byron Brown.

December 10, 2016
Richard Harnish

As of December 14, we have 32 models of the H5 available. If you make a donation of $100 or more today, we’ll send you one priority mail tomorrow.

The H5 is the newest Japanese bullet train. It links Hakodate, on Hakkaido Island, to Tokyo; topping out at 205 mph.

December 07, 2016
Dylan Hayward

In an effort to share MHSRA’s vision with more people, we are bringing back the Midwest Rail Report.

November 29, 2016
Dylan Hayward

It is Trainsgiving (otherwise known as Giving Tuesday), a day dedicated to giving back to the causes you believe in. Our members believe in a vision of a modern passenger rail network with fast, frequent and dependable trains throughout the Midwest.

November 29, 2016
Dylan Hayward

It is Trainsgiving (otherwise known as Giving Tuesday), a day dedicated to giving back to the causes you believe in. Our members believe in a vision of a modern passenger rail network with fast, frequent and dependable trains throughout the Midwest.

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