Officials say the double track project to improve passenger rail service in the Region should be completed by early 2024.
Multi-million-dollar improvements to passenger rail service for the Region has led to an $80 million development for Michigan City.
The long-awaited West Lake Corridor and double-track transportation projects are laying the groundwork for development near new stations.
South Shore Line President Michael Noland shares his thoughts on the double-track and the Westlake Corridor transportation projects underway in Northwest Indiana.
The West Lake Corridor Rail Project appears to be on the fast track. The U.S. Department of Transportation on May 29 announced the project, which involves construction of a new eight-mile rail line extending from Hammond on the north to Dyer in the south, with four new stations, will receive $100 million in federal dollars […]
As restrictions ease on public interaction and businesses gradually reopen, organizations are preparing to operate under a new environment created by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District, operator of the South Shore Line, received approval from the Federal Transportation Administration to begin final engineering for its Double Track Northwest Indiana Project.
The passenger rail expansion movement has spurred Region leaders and developers to think beyond the usual growth projects.
Northwest Indiana planners keep future in mind when maintaining, improving Region’s infrastructure, including a double-track project on South Shore Line.