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Railroads starting to get the attention they deserve in area

January 6, 2013

The value of rails tends to get lost in the shuffle of transportation priorities locally. But that appears to be changing....

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Jan-06-13 10:22 AM

If railroad inventory can be revived - even for passenger service - in the future...

Who are you trying to kid? "passenger service"

Comments like that is why your paper is not taken seriously .

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Jan-06-13 11:40 AM

And how many billions in tax payer money will that cost. Yet this newspaper is against funding public education fully

.Oh wait, rails would have a huge benefit to big corporations. NOW I understand why they want them...

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Jan-07-13 2:25 AM

The Northeast Corridor is Amtrak's busiest line and has been steadily increasing over the last few years. As high speed rail further develops it would be benificial for Williamsport to join the Keystone line (Harrisburg-Philly-NYC) whose ridership has grown 4.8% last year to just under 1.5m riders. A cheap and reliable (no flight cancellations) transport to Philadelphia can help boost Williamsport's rapidly expanding economy.

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Jan-08-13 12:24 AM

PaulWatkins There is no such thing as high speed rail(+150mph) in North America, You need to go to France-TVG or to Japan and now China to see what High speed rail is all about.

As for the Keystone line yes ridership is up, but it is still running at a lose.

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