U.S., Canada: Exploding the myth trains must be very fast to be attractive to passengers

By William Lindley, Guest Commentator; June 16, 2022 Key points: • Convenience of use is more important than train speed…

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U.S.: Several years in the future, Stephen Gardner’s Amtrak Cardinal is retired and Cincinnati becomes a major hub again – as it should be

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared on this platform on April 21, 2021. It has been revised and updated with…

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U.S., Newton, Kansas: Superliner IIIs And The Year 2026

By Andrew Selden, Guest Commentator; April 26, 2021 Newton, Kansas – July 9, 2026 Train 23, the Grand Canyon, but…

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U.S., A Sporting Event: How Would You Improve Amtrak’s Scheduling And Equipment Utilization?

By J. Bruce Richardson, Corridor Rail Development Corporation; March 26, 2021 We are going to have a sporting event suitable…

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Local News Passenger rail service in Elyria, Ohio stopped in its tracks

By Dave O’Brien, The Chronicle-Telegram; June 4, 2019 ELYRIA — The plan to bring passenger rail service back to downtown…

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Could Ohio replicate Florida’s high-speed rail system?

By David Patch, Staff Writer, The Toledo Blade; April 16, 2018 MIAMI — A little more than 35 years ago,…

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