The Michigan Department of Transportation and Amtrak are saying full speed ahead on expanding the state’s high-speed train service.
Let’s get on with business. That’s what the latest mayor of Troy is saying, following the recent recall election of Mayor Janice Daniels.
A 12-year vision of expanded, high-speed Michigan passenger rail options moved closer to reality Tuesday at a construction launch ceremony for Dearborn’s new Intermodal Passenger Rail Station.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he’s awarded $150 million to Michigan to buy a rail line for high-speed passenger service between Chicago and Detroit.
People who ride the train from Detroit to Chicago will be traveling a little faster.
The Environmental Law and Policy Center Thursday praised the Michigal legislature for approving $39 million in state match money to unlock $161 million federal grant for a new high-speed Chicago to Detroit rail corridor.
The train trip from Detroit to Chicago will get a lot faster in the coming years, thanks to some federal funding announced Monday.
Boarding the Amtrak train at the Royal Oak platform, WWJ’s Ron Dewey asked passengers what they think of a plan to bring high-speed rail to Michigan.
The U.S. Transportation Department is making 2.4 billion dollars available to states which develop a rail system.
It looks like more people are hopping on the train these days.