U.S., From Santa Fe To Amtrak Texas Chief History, Part Three: Why There Was An Inglorious End To A Proud And Busy Workhorse Train

By David R. Peironnet, Guest Commentator; May 19, 2021 Amtrak’s management team on May 1, 1971 was dominated by people…

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U.S., Canada: Why There Is A Bright Future For Passenger Trains In North America

By J. Bruce Richardson, Corridor Rail Development Corporation; April 16, 2021 In the third decade of the 21st Century there…

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U.S., Turning Lines On A Map Into Trains On Tracks

By J. Bruce Richardson, Corridor Rail Development Corporation; April 9, 2021 “Oh, boy! Oh, boy! Oh, boy! Look! That bright…

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U.S., Minnesota: More trains, more options

A Letter to the Editor of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune from Corridor Rail Development Corporation Executive Chairman James E. Coston; October…

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Wisconsin: Chippewa Valley Eyeing Private-Public Partnership For Passenger Rail

By John Davis, Wisconsin Public Radio; June 12, 2019 The Chippewa Valley is taking a different approach to bringing passenger…

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Hear West Central Wisconsin Rail Coalition officers and Corridor’s Executive Chairman James Coston on Wisconsin Public Radio’s The West Side internet link

From Wisconsin Public Radio; June 10, 2019 Click here to hear a replay of the show.

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All aboard: Plan calls for passenger rail between St. Paul, Minnesota and Eau Claire, Wisconsin

By Janet Moore, Star Tribune; June 19, 2018 Earlier this spring, a group of boosters gathered in Eau Claire —…

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