Chicago-Indianapolis Corridor

The Chicago-Indianapolis Corridor connects two of the largest cities in the Midwest and is a vital resource for the communities it serves. The Hoosier line serves Crawfordsville, Lafayette, Rensselaer and Dyer along its route between Indianapolis and Chicago.  It is also a key segment of the statewide network and has the potential to grow substantially, generating large economic and environmental benefits. Current train service needs to be made more frequent, faster and reliable to serve the needs of the communities along the line.

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