Madison residents will have the chance to learn more about a proposed high-speed rail station on Tuesday when the Wisconsin Department of Transportation hosts an informative meeting.
WisDOT officials will publicly unveil Madison station blueprints, platform design and projected costs as well as answer any questions the public may have. The station would connect a proposed high-speed rail line from Milwaukee.
Watertown and Brookfield have also been targeted as potential stops for the $810 million rail service.
WisDOT has since dropped consideration for station service in Oconomowoc, which may be replaced from vying cities Sun Prairie, Waterloo, Hartland and Wauwatosa.
The meeting will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Wisconsin Department of Administration building, 101 E. Wilson St., Madison.
— Joe Lanane