HIGHLAND – The Indiana High Speed Rail Association has unveiled a new Web site. President Thom Davis said the site “is more relevant and informative in defining the Midwest Regional Rail System and the economic benefits it will bring to Indiana.”
The proposed Midwest Regional Rail System is 3,000-mile network of passenger trains serving eight states. Indiana markets to be served are Gary, Warsaw, Fort Wayne, Lafayette and Indianapolis.
“The new Web site is another step the Association is taking to state a clear and concise case for bringing high-speed rail to the state,” said Roger Sims, IHSRA chairman.