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January 06, 2014
Richard Harnish
Polar Vortex, Travel Hazards Highlight Need for Congressional Spending on High Speed Rail. Midwest High Speed Rail Association calls on Washington to commit to investing in infrastructure.
November 26, 2013
Shira Orlowek

Tomorrow is the busiest travel day of the year. And whether you're flying or hitting the road, chances are, you're spending more time, money and energy in transit than you’d like.

October 31, 2013
Shira Orlowek

Allow me to introduce you to CrossRail Chicago. That’s the name of our common sense proposal for combining electrified commuter and high-speed trains to build the core of the Midwest network.

October 16, 2013
Shira Orlowek
Amtrak and INDOT reached an agreement on the Hoosier State rail line.
October 16, 2013
Shira Orlowek
The University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana has released their high-speed rail study.
August 29, 2013
Shira Orlowek

The deadline is fast approaching for Governor Pence to decide the future of passenger rail in Indiana.

Quick, clean and efficient transportation in Indiana is at risk as Amtrak’s Hoosier State passenger rail is scheduled to end on October 1, 2013.

July 22, 2013
Shira Orlowek

First, I want to thank everyone who offered us words of support, donations of used computers and monetary contributions to help us recover from the theft of our computers. It is gratifying to know that so many people value the work that we do.

July 09, 2013
Shira Orlowek

It was a tough Saturday.  

I came into the office and found that all of our computers had been stolen. Worse yet, they grabbed the back up hard drive, which we had stashed in an out-of-the-way place.  

July 01, 2013
Shira Orlowek

The US Senate Appropriations committee will meet Thursday July 27 to decide its proposed budget for FY2014.  

Will you take a moment to ask your senators to support high-speed rail and expanding Amtrak?

July 01, 2013
Richard Harnish

Are you fed up with the recurring fight in Washington over Amtrak funding? I know I am.

Every couple of years, a Congressman suggests eliminating Amtrak routes.  Then, after dramatic political theatre, Congress budgets just enough for Amtrak to limp along for another year or two.

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