Columbus is the second-largest U.S. city without inter-city rail.
Now the state is working on a plan to return passenger rail service, via the infrastructure bill, linking Ohio’s three C’s (Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati).
WOSU’s Ann Fisher recently discussed what plans are underway to return rail travel between Ohio’s major cities.
- Marc Magliari, Amtrak spokesperson
- William Murdock, Executive Director of Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
- Stu Nicholson, Executive Director of All Aboard Ohio
To listen to the recent broadcast, visit Plans for Bringing Passenger Rail Back to Ohio on All Sides with Ann Fisher.