From the Ohio Public News Service
The Ohio Department of Transportation says the federally funded 3-C corridor passenger rail project is on track, and that could be very good economic news for the cities along the route. The train would link Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati, with possible stops in other cities such as Riverside, the home of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Riverside Director of Economic Development and Planning Bob Murray says developers are already looking at parcels of land along the tracks in his community.
“Several very large developers are examining the site to make what’s known as a transit-oriented district.”