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WBNS 10TV - Study predicts significant economic impact of passenger rail in Ohio

The results are in: a new study shows that a passenger rail could bring as much as $16 million in economic impact to the greater Columbus area every year.

The results of the study come two months after the Federal Railroad Administration approved funding for the planning of four passenger rail routes across Ohio.

Scioto Analysis released the economic impact study on Wednesday looking at the statewide effects of the proposed Cleveland-Columbus-Dayton-Cincinnati rail corridor, also known as the 3C&D Corridor.

“We focus on giving information to policymakers that they can use to make informed policy decisions,” said Principal of Scioto Analysis Rob Moore.

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