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Old Posted Feb 8, 2012, 8:14 AM
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That certainly is excellent news. Hopefully other corridors will follow suit, preferably something linking Chicago and Cleveland at the very least...

Should Cleveland see an increase in daily trains, will they build a new train station? That shack is a huge disappointment and an embarassment, and this is coming from a guy born and raised in Pittsburgh!!
Cleveland is planning a "West Shore" commuter rail service, which might include a new set of platforms at Tower City under a proposed casino. You'd need a couple more track connections elsewhere in the Cleveland area to bring Amtrak to Tower City, but the station itself is the most complex part.
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