U.S.: Colorado is making progress on a Front Range railway. Here’s what it will take to make it happen.

By Jon Murray, The Denver Post; September 6, 2020 The idea sounds enticing: Instead of battling Interstate 25 congestion, travelers…

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U.S., Florida: Businesses Organize To Push Brightline Expansion With 5 New Stops In Miami-Dade

By Deirdra Funcheon, Bisnow South Florida; September 2, 2020 The eastern side of Miami-Dade County has long been starved for…

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U.S.: Colorado Department Of Transportation Projection Suggests A Front Range Train Would Carry 3 Million Passengers A Year

By Nathaniel Minor, Colorado Public Radio News; August 31, 2020 A passenger rail line stretching nearly 200 miles between Fort…

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U.S., New England: East-west rail study running late

By State House News Service, Daily Hampshire Gazette; January 1, 2020 The Department of Transportation now expects its study on…

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Maine: Passenger rail study cites ‘latent demand’ for Lewiston-Auburn connection to Portland

By Andrew Rice, Sun Journal, Portland Press Herald; November 4, 2018 AUBURN — If you build it, they will come…

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Michigan: Traverse City-Ann Arbor Train Service Could Generate $100M Annually, Report Finds

By Beth Milligan, The Ticker; October 8, 2018 Reestablishing train service between Traverse City and Ann Arbor could attract 1.5…

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High-speed rail study from Canada to Oregon has $1.5 million backing

By FOX 12 Staff, KPTV; July 26, 2018 PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – Microsoft, the Oregon Department of Transportation, the Washington…

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Michigan: Early Train Study Findings Support Passenger Train Service From Traverse City To Ann Arbor

By Beth Milligan, The Ticker; April 5, 2018 Consultants are only halfway through a six-month study on the possibility of…

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Michigan: Georgetown Township rejects request for money for rail study

By Cathy Runyon, mlive.com; December 29, 2017 Georgetown Township will not help fund a study on the possibility for local…

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