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Madison mayor: ‘Train (project) will run on time’ (UPDATE)

By Darryl Enriquez If Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz’s goal for breaking ground on the proposed Monona Terrace high-speed rail depot is to be met, officials must avoid lengthy policy debates that have prolonged or threatened other projects, local contractors and ...

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Rail could be the only ‘high-speed’ aspect of Madison’s depot decision

By Chris Thompson


If Madison’s everyone-has-a-say-and-every-topic-deserves-a-public-hearing mentality for project approval holds, the high-speed rail station at Monona Terrace is teed up for at least a year’s worth of neighborhood questions, criticisms and suggested improvements.

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Wauwatosa enters high-speed rail station discussion

By Sean Ryan A call to build a high-speed rail station in Wauwatosa rather than in Waukesha County has left planners debating how local needs factor into interstate transit plans. Joe Czarnezki, Milwaukee County clerk, said the state should eliminate ...

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High-speed rail heads to Madison’s Monona Terrace (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder and Darryl Enriquez Support and questions mingled in the wake of Gov. Jim Doyle’s Thursday announcement that high-speed rail will stop at a station near Monona Terrace in Madison. “We have to engage as a city on ...

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Waterloo weighs its rail options

By Sean Ryan Waterloo is waiting on a train, but not the high-speed version likely to be first to pass through the city. Commuter rail, on the other hand, has captured the city’s attention and, in some cases, support. “Follow ...

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