Helicopters to help map route of possible Duluth-Twin Cities express rail line - Bring Me The News

Helicopters to help map route of possible Duluth-Twin Cities express rail line

To backers of the Northern Lights Express scouting a route is a concrete step toward the rail line. They want to settle on a route safe for trains that will travel 110 mph. Meanwhile, an environmental study of the proposed line is expected in four to six months.
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To backers of the Northern Lights Express scouting a route is a concrete step toward the rail line. They want to settle on a route safe for trains that will travel 110 mph. Meanwhile, an environmental study of the proposed line is expected in four to six months.

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