LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — It’s the final day for Amtrak trains on the Hoosier State passenger line between Indianapolis and Chicago.

WTHR reports the last train from Indianapolis to Chicago left the station early Sunday.

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The rail agency pulled the plug on the route after a loss of funding in Indiana’s new state budget. Amtrak won’t run the four-days-a-week train after Sunday. That’s when its $3 million annual state subsidy ends.

State officials say the ridership numbers were too low and the per-passenger subsidy of about $100 was too high.

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Amtrak runs another route, the Cardinal, between Indianapolis and Chicago as part of a Chicago-to-New York City route.

A New York City-based startup has said it’ll test daily bus service between Indianapolis and Chicago.

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