‘We’re going to keep going,’ says Ontario passenger rail advocate

By James Hopkin, Sootoday.com; April 19, 2018 The Northeastern Ontario Passenger Rail Summit brought together a number of experts and…

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All Aboard Florida: Brightline’s financing challenged in congressional hearing

By Scott Powers, Florida Politics; April 19, 2018 Brightline’s use of federal tax-exempt Private Activity Bonds, to build the privately…

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Wisconsin Locomotive Commotion: Conference to examine future of rail in region

By Lauren Fisher, Volume One; April 18, 2018 The West Central Wisconsin Rail Coalition has been laying the tracks to…

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Tri-Rail won’t roll into downtown Miami this year

By Katya Maruri, Miami Today; April 17, 2018 As Miami Central Station continues to rise downtown, Jack Stephens, executive director…

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Tourism boost: Train route linking Boulder City, Henderson could add stops

By Mick Akers, Las Vegas Sun; April 14, 2018 With a few strikes of a pair of silver spikes on…

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West Central Wisconsin Rail Coalition to hold meeting on passenger rail

By K.C. Brown, WEAU NBC 13 News; April 17, 2018 EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) — The West Central Wisconsin Rail…

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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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All Aboard Florida’s Brightline train looks to revive intercity rail travel

By David Patch, Staff Writer, The Toledo Blade; April 13, 2018 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — When Henry Flagler set…

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All Aboard Florida: Brightline seeks land from expressway, Orlando airport for Orlando-Miami connection

By Veronica Brezina, Staff Writer, Orlando Business Journal; April 13, 2018 Coral Gables-based All Aboard Florida is looking to acquire…

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South Florida Opinion: Miami-Dade’s transportation isn’t stalled. Actually, it’s on track — mostly

By Xavier Suarez, Miami Herald; April 12, 2018 At first blush, one would think that the transportation SMART plan is…

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