Each state has a unique role to play in the national big-picture.

Artists rendering of a potential re-design on LA Union Station.

California: The Innovator

At the forefront of high-speed and regional rail In America

Chicago Union Station Sears

Illinois: The Nation’s Rail Hub

Nationwide success depends upon Illinois’ leadership

Indianapolis aerial

Indiana: Crossroads of America

Geography is a key competitive advantage for Indiana

Downtown Des Moines Iowa

Iowa: Foundation in Education

Iowa’s long drives call out for trains

Detroit Skyline at night, with river in foreground.

Michigan: A Diamond in the Rough

Few states can rival Michigan’s combination of existing assets and untapped potential

Minnesota cityscape

Minnesota: An Emerging Powerhouse

Minnesota is long overdue for great passenger train service

St Louis Union Station with sun shining on the tower.

Missouri: Show Me the Trains

Missouri is one of the few states with two major cities: Kansas City and St. Louis

Milwaukee Union Station

North Carolina: Key to the Southeast

Fast growing cities, important research institutions, and the second-largest financial hub in the country.

Cleveland Was Memorial in foreground, Terminal Tower in background.

Ohio: Gateway Between East and West

The state is pivotal to creating a network of fast, frequent trains

An overhead view of Richmond, VA Main Street station. The trainshed is in the foreground, the headhouse is in the background.

Virginia: New Projects in the Old Dominion

The Commonwealth has been making big moves to improve railway infrastructure.

Milwaukee Union Station

Wisconsin: Hub of the Heartland

Wisconsin has incredible assets and possibilities