Great River Rail Commission Members Marie Kovecsi and Paul Schollmeier: Spring — a time for action on passenger rail at the Minnesota Capitol

By Marie Kovecsi and Paul Schollmeier, Winona Daily News; April 15, 2019 Winona is one of the oldest communities in…

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Wisconsin Department Of Transportation aims to double frequency of Amtrak service through state

By Chris Lueneburg, Channel 3000; April 10, 2019 PORTAGE, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s plan to increase regional…

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Empire Builder Route: Economic benefits of a second daily train between Chicago and Twin Cities revealed

From Global Railway Review; March 1, 2019 The Rail Passengers Association recently issued its Impacts From A Second Train To…

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New name, same Minnesota goal: Great River Rail Commission to continue second train advocacy

From The Winona Daily News; February 21, 2019 One of the leading voices on passenger rail in Minnesota has a…

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Minnesota: Ramsey County still hopeful about a second daily passenger train from Chicago to the Twin Cities

By Frederick Melo, Pioneer Press; September 24, 2018 The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners remains optimistic that a second daily…

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Minnesota’s push for more passenger rail

By Chris Rogers, Winona Post; April 11, 2018 In Winona and across the state, passenger rail advocates are hoping the…

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Minnesota rail group pitches new train in Winona

  By Brian Todd, Post Bulletin; March 27, 2018 WINONA — Representatives from All Aboard Minnesota and Amtrak spoke to…

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La Crescent, Minnesota pushes for second Amtrak stop in La Crosse

By Peter Lenz, Multi-Media Journalist, WXOW News 19 ABC; March 25, 2018 La Crescent, MN (WXOW) – The La Crescent…

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Winona, Minnesota City Council Member Paul Schollmeier: Support needed for second train to Chicago

Opinion by Paul Schollmeier, Winona Daily News; March 22, 2018 As Winona develops into a center for the arts and…

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