Investment in rail brings bonus

09/16/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The · Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

Ohio will apply to the Federal Railroad Administration for stimulus money that would pay for a rail system that would link major cities in the state. A study released by Amtrak estimates that it would cost $500 million to start work on the project. A Maine developer who recently visited the state said that when Maine invested about $100 million in passenger rail service, it resulted in $7 billion in construction investment and thousands of new jobs.

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