Agreement Reached to Keep Amtrak Service Running

Passenger rail service will most likely continue running between Indianapolis and Chicago for another year.
Passenger rail service will most likely continue running between Indianapolis and Chicago for another year.

Governor Mike Pence says the state and Amtrak reached a tentative agreement to keep the Hoosier State chugging along.

The Indiana Department of Transportation and communities along the line will pay for the train service that runs four days a week. Congress cut the funding for the Hoosier State line in 2008.
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