Mich. high-speed rail plans make progress as bill becomes law

A few of Michigan's high-speed rail plans have progressed now that Lt. Gov. Brian Calley signed into law a bill that includes funding for the acquisition and development of a 135-mile route between Kalamazoo and Dearborn. The tracks would also allow use by freight railroads, according to state authorities.

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