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  1. Tim Lynch's Gravatar Tim Lynch
    December 12, 2010 - 8:57 PM | Permalink

    Congratulations Mr. Hutchison on a very good article in The Columbus Dispatch Saturday. I picked it up on my kindle here in South Florida. I hope your endeavorer is successful, but considering that Ohio actually voted that idiot into the governors mansion is a travesty by itself. We aren’t far behind you. Our new governor (Florida) is a white collar criminal who ripped off the American Taxpayer big time!
    Best Regards
    Tim Lynjch
    HOllywood FL.

  2. April 25, 2011 - 9:38 PM | Permalink

    EMAIL usbullettrain@gmail.com FOR SYSTEM MAPS/INFO:

    The New York City & Chicago High Speed Rail (HSR) advocacy group promotes rail service between two of the most populous cities in the United States in a geographic area that is home to well over 100 million people in a route that would connect Chicago and cities of the Great Lakes Corridor to the Northeast Corridor. Our advocacy group invites readers to contact us with questions, ideas and support. We are seeking support from corporate and private foundations, governments and from private individuals.

    We would appreciate it if you could forward this email and website (nychicagorr.org) to any government officials, organization leaders and private individuals who you feel might find the idea of a New York City to Chicago HSR line worth further exploration. Thank You, and we look forward to your comments and any assistance that you could provide in fostering what we believe is a fresh, new perspective for passenger train travel.

    Yours truly,
    Mike Lehman

    mike lehman
    3639 n pine grove, #21b
    chicago, il 60613

    • Schmolik's Gravatar Schmolik
      January 21, 2016 - 5:49 PM | Permalink

      Has there been any progress at all about this New York City & Chicago High Speed Rail? Do they have any plans at all or is this just Mike saying this would be nice but has no idea as to implementation?

  3. James's Gravatar James
    September 3, 2011 - 2:11 PM | Permalink

    Being a former railroad engineer,I know the importance of passenger rail and what the service could do for the people of Central Ohio. Its a SHAME that the Capitol, Columbus ,does not have this “MUCH NEEDED” service.

  4. September 10, 2011 - 8:45 AM | Permalink

    Congratulations Mr. Hutchison on a very good article in The Columbus Dispatch Saturday.

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  5. December 4, 2011 - 4:11 AM | Permalink

    hi, that’s a nice post. There is some mistakes but the main is here.

  6. Linda Nelon's Gravatar Linda Nelon
    December 14, 2011 - 3:31 PM | Permalink

    Could you tell me the mailing address of Govenor John Kasich in order to write him the letter in support of fast trains?
    Thank you

  7. Doug Chapman's Gravatar Doug Chapman
    April 25, 2012 - 2:42 AM | Permalink

    After the 3C project failed I am glad to hear we are lobbying for the Amtrak Pennsylvanian to be extended west of Pittsburgh with Columbus,Dayton and Cincinnati add ons.Passenger rail service to Columbus just got talked about for the last 20 years.Its time to stop talking about it and start doing it. Air Travel has lost its glamour and Rail travel should make a come back.People in Europe travel by train but what happened in the USA?

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