January 17, 2011 • 10:07 am
Hiawatha seen as prime candidate for high-speed upgrade – JSOnline
The Chicago-Milwaukee service already exists and has several trips each day. It is a short run, relatively straight and flat, and the Milwaukee Road ran it at 110 mph “back in the day.” Therefore, a built in ridership already exists. It is excellent downtown-to-downtown transportation. Read more.
Hiawatha seen as prime candidate for high-speed upgrade – JSOnline.
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