Get a CrossRail Chicago Poster

Help Make CrossRail Chicago a Reality

CrossRail Chicago would link two Metra lines together and upgrade them to create a passenger-dedicated mainline through the city.

It would serve both high-speed intercity trains and frequent, all-day regional trains. It would give direct access to O’Hare from the entire Midwest. It would become the core of metropolitan Chicago’s transit system and the heart of a re-energized Midwest passenger rail network.

You can help promote it with one of these posters, with art by J. Craig Thorpe.

The posters are 20 X 25, a commonly available frame size.

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Metra needs a Flyover at A-2 Crossing

Metra needs a Flyover at A-2 Crossing

Metra’s A-2 Crossing is likely the biggest bottleneck in the Midwest passenger rail network. A new bridge to allow trains from Union Station to “flyover” trains from Ogilvie Transportation Center is needed. Located two miles from Union Station at Western Ave. and...

Train Day on the City of New Orleans Train

Train Day on the City of New Orleans Train

Written by Jordan Baer, member of HSRA's Ambassadors Committee In the early morning hours of May 13—National Train Day—the flashing lights and familiar horn of Amtrak’s  southbound City of New Orleans train finally rounded the bend on its way into the Centralia,...