Massachusetts: New tenant mix urged for Worcester’s Union Station

By Nick Kotsopoulos, Telegram & Gazette Staff, Telegram.com; March 8, 2018 WORCESTER – The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce has…

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New Massachusetts DOT plan includes East-West rail study, after years of legislative struggle

By Dan Glaun, masslive.com; January 26, 2018 A newly-released draft of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s 2018 rail plan includes a…

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The Daily CSX: CSX considers sale of former Boston & Albany line

By Eric Anderson, The Albany Times-Union; January 24, 2018 CSX Transportation is considering the sale of as much as 8,000…

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Connecticut: Hopes for Hartford Line include rail travel to Boston

By Mary Ellen Godin, Staff, The Record-Journal; December 10, 2017 CTrail’s Hartford Line may be ready to take more commuters…

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Massachusetts: Second commuter train platform planned for Worcester Union Station

By Cyrus Moulton, Telegram & Gazette Staff, Worcester Telegram; October 17, 2017 WORCESTER – It’s been talked about for years,…

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The Daily CSX: CSX trims intermodal services, considers hub overhaul

From Staff, Journal of Commerce; October 17, 2017 CSX Transportation is ending domestic and international intermodal services to and from…

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New Hampshire: Nashua Alderman Unanimously Approve Commuter Rail Memorandum

By The Associated Press, New Hampshire Public Radio; October 11, 2017 Aldermen in New Hampshire have approved a memorandum that…

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New Hampshire: Nashua panel supports moving forward with new passenger rail effort

By KIMBERLY HOUGHTON, Union Leader Correspondent, New Hampshire Union Leader; October 3, 2017 NASHUA — An aldermanic panel is recommending…

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The idea of private passenger rail in New Hampshire is very unusual, but not impossible

By David Brooks, Staff, Concord Monitor; September 26, 2017 It might seem crazy that a private company says it wants…

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