New Rail Line Could Go From Minneapolis To Duluth
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If taking a train to Duluth sounds pretty good to you, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is looking for your input.
A proposed passenger rail line is one step further down the planning process, with an environmental review now available for public comment. It outlines everything from how a high-speed train would affect things like the surrounding landscape, wildlife and noise levels as it passes through small towns.
Spokeswoman Julie Carr says eight trains a day would operate between downtown Minneapolis and Duluth.
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Carr says rail stations would be constructed at various stops along the way. Anyone interested in commenting on the proposal can do so on MnDOT’s web site, or attend a public hearing planned for April 4 at the Cambridge Community Center.