Tag Archives: Dayton

Midwest rail plan is promising for Ohio

Although it is still a few months away from completion, the Midwest Regional Rail System (MWRRS) study by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and its consulting team is delivering some early returns. Those returns are in the form of ridership and operating cost-effectiveness projections that show Ohio has several potential intercity passenger rail routes deserving […]

One-fourth of 3C may be downgraded

All Aboard Ohio has learned from multiple sources that CSX may downgrade its 60-mile Galion-Columbus section (called the Columbus Line Subdivision) of the Cleveland-Columbus-Dayton-Cincinnati (3C) Corridor as early as this year. This represents nearly one-fourth of the total route-miles of the overall, 255-mile 3C Corridor. Downgrading could include turning off and possibly removing the automatic block […]

April 2016 e-Edition newsletter

  Download the April 2016 issue CLICK HERE to read the following stories: Toledo Train Day continues to be one of the nation’s largest! Riding trains means writing Congress Columbus is a Smart Cities national finalist Cincinnati Streetcar “burn-in” tests start Cleveland transit experiences a busy springtime Cleveland intermodal design funds are sought Illustration of the […]

Feds lend Ohio hand to get back on the train again

The Republican-controlled U.S. Congress has extended its hand to states and regions to get on board in giving its constituents more and better transportation choices. It did so by offering new financing tools for improved passenger rail and transit services in the new 5-year federal transportation law passed this week. Now Ohio’s state government, metropolitan areas within […]