Mobile, Alabama to decide key issue on Amtrak future on Gulf Coast — Mississippi Business Journal

City leaders are preparing to decide a key issue in restoring passenger train service along the northern Gulf Coast, where Amtrak hasn’t operated regularly since Hurricane Katrina. Council members are scheduled to vote Tuesday on whether to commit as much as $3 million over three years to operate Amtrak trains through the city, al.com reported. Katrina…

via Mobile to decide key issue on Amtrak future on Gulf Coast — Mississippi Business Journal.

This is more about if Mobile, Alabama is going to commit money to bring Amtrak back to Mobile. As I re-blogged a while back, Mississippi and Louisiana have committed the money to bring Amtrak back to New Orleans and Gulfport. Chao announces grant to support Gulf Coast train project — Mississippi Business Journal. Looks like the vote will be held tomorrow to decide if Mobile will have an Amtrak station.

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1 Response to Mobile, Alabama to decide key issue on Amtrak future on Gulf Coast — Mississippi Business Journal

  1. Pingback: Amtrak $5.4 Million Grant Brings New Orleans to Mobile Route One Step Closer – Mississippi Mondays May 4, 2020 | Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

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