3C Rail debate draws confrontational lines

From the Lancaster Eagle Gazette

Ohio’s proposed high-speed rail could merely brush through north central Ohio, but the region is taking shape as an epicenter for the political fight surrounding the plan.

Designs call for the 3C Rail project to connect Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati with passenger rail service. Shelby and Galion are in contention for a proposed station after the second phase of the route is complete.

Crestline still wants to be considered for a stop, and it revamped its lobbying efforts through an Ashland marketing firm.

Two of the state’s top political leaders are from north central Ohio, and on opposite sides of the controversial issue. Each reinforced his position again Monday.

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