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The Future of Passenger Rail in Ohio

The Sound of Ideas
Thursday, November 11, 2010 at 9:00 am
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The “3-C” passenger rail line that would have linked Cleveland to Columbus and Cincinnati is off the tracks. Governor-elect John Kasich calls it an expensive boondoggle and vows that if he can't redirect the 400 million dollars in federal funds earmarked for the project, he'll just give the money back. Does that mean passenger rail in Ohio is dead? Or is there the will -- and the means -- to build European-style high-speed rail in the buckeye state? All Aboard the Sound of Ideas, Thursday at 9 on 90.3.

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Kevin Brubaker, Deputy Director, Midwest Environmental Law and Policy Center
Bill Habig, President, Transportation Matters
State Sen. Tom Patton, 24th District
Mike Dawson, Consultant

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