Creating change: Officials aim to streamline Chicago’s rail network

By Kyra Senese, Managing Editor, RT&S Magazine; July 17, 2018 Chicago’s rail network sees about 1,300 freight and passenger trains…

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Chicago: Next phase to detangle massive railroad bottleneck starts next spring

By Carlos Ballesteros, Chicago Sun-Times; July 11, 2018 Construction meant to fix a notorious railroad bottleneck on the South Side…

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The ongoing search for first-and-last-mile solutions

By Julie Sneider, Senior Associate Editor, Progressive Railroading Magazine; July 2018 This spring, Progressive Railroading reached out to transit agencies…

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Illinois gets $132 million CREATE federal grant to reduce South Side Chicago railroad delays

By Mary Wisniewski, Chicago Tribune; June 5, 2018 The federal government has awarded a long-awaited $132 million grant to help…

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Glenview, Illinois OKs $400,000 In Fight Against Rail Expansion

By Tom Robb, Journal & Topics; May 3, 2018 Glenview trustees put their money where their mouth is in the…

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Is Trouble Brewing at Chicago’s Union Station?

A press release from Holland & Knight; April 27, 2018: A recent filing at the U.S. Surface Transportation Board (STB)…

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New train station opens for Metra, Amtrak riders in Joliet, Illinois, ending a 6-year wait

By Alicia Fabbre, Chicago Tribune; April 11, 2018 Rail commuting just got easier in Joliet. A grand opening was held…

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