high speed rail
The Illinois Transportation Department is looking to expand high-speed rail traffic from Chicago to St. Louis and is considering building one of the new stations in East St. Louis.
“You can make a reasonable business trip to another city and get home before the kids go to bed,” Rick Harnish explains.
Despite Congress leaving Amtrak out of the transportation program progress continues on high-speed rail.
Illinois will receive $186 million to extend its high-speed rail project to Joliet, about 40 miles southwest of Chicago.
Nixon had sought a $1 million of that money for a high speed rail line between St. Louis and Kansas City.
Another $404 million will go to expand high-speed rail service in the Midwest.
Circuit Attorney on City Crime St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce tells us about efforts to combat crime in the city and the assaults on police officers. High Speed Rail Jim Pakala with the Midwest […]
The House Budget Committee rejected an attempt to insert the rail money into a state budget bill.
… 96 miles of tracks and a quarter-million railroad ties are being installed…
True or false? All French wine comes from Missouri vines. Charlie talks with Joe Pollack, who explains. Charlie also talks about high speed rail from STL to Kansas City, and about how a corporation like G.E. went tax-free last year.