Tube Train Coming To Chicago?A high-speed passenger train may one day whisk travellers to and from O'Hare Airport to downtown Chicago within minutes. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Amtrak's Chicago-To-St. Louis Route Adds 110 MPH Trains In Part Of DownstateAmtrak had a Thanksgiving present for its riders between Chicago and St. Louis -- faster train schedules.
LaHood, Schock Spar Over Prospects For High-Speed RailWant to know if high-speed rail plays in Peoria? It depends on which Peorian you ask.
First High-Speed Train Leaves Union StationHigh-speed rail service has arrived in Chicago.
DOT OKs $197M In Funds For Part Of Chicago-Detroit High-Speed Rail RouteMichigan’s two U.S. Senators announced Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Transportation has released $196.5 million to begin work on a high-speed rail project that ultimately will help bring 110mph trains to 235 miles of the route between Detroit and Chicago.
Recent Train Catastrophes Raise Concerns About High-Speed Rail In IllinoisCritics fear that allowing 110 mph trains on the flat prairie rails of Illinois is just too dangerous, CBS2’s Mike Parker reports.
Quinn Announces $1.25 Million Expenditure To Study Bullet Trains For IllinoisThe state of Illinois will spend $1.25 million to study whether bullet trains could one day whisk passengers between Chicago and Champaign-Urbana in less than an hour.
Architect Wants To Expand Union Station
Study Touts Benefits Of High-Speed Rail Although Wisconsin, Ohio and Florida have rejected federal high-speed rail money, Illinois and 34 other states are fighting over it. A new study, funded by the manufacturing giant Siemens, sees plenty of advantages and believes support could grow quickly.
Grant Expected For Chicago-Detroit High-Speed RailAfter focusing on building a high-speed rail corridor between Chicago and St. Louis, the federal government is about to award money for a high-speed corridor to the east.
State To Get Word On High-Speed Rail GrantsIllinois should learn in the next month if it will receive additional high-speed rail grants from the Obama administration.
220 mph Bullet Train Suggested For MidwestA new study says a Midwest bullet train could cost more than $83 billion, but it would also run at a speed of 220 mph.