Wis. DOT is hurrying to get high-speed rail rolling

Wisconsin transportation officials are scrambling to award contracts for the construction of high-speed rail before coming elections and a possible shift in political winds. In the governor's race, Republican hopefuls have indicated their opposition to high-speed rail. Meanwhile, high-speed rail advocates in La Crosse, Wis., gathered to promote a route that would follow Amtrak's existing river route.

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La Crosse Tribune (Wis.) · American City Business Journals

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