Photo courtesy Buddhabless

Photo courtesy Buddhabless

INDIANAPOLIS — A spokesmen for Corridor Capital, the private company set to manage the Indianapolis-to-Chicago Amtrak Hoosier State Line beginning in February, said the company plans to boost ridership by running the service daily and increasing to two or three trains a day instead of just one, reported Network Indiana.

The spokesmen added that there is a growing pool of prospective riders, including so-called millennials, who would prefer the train if they‘re persuaded the service is adequate. For the full story, click here.

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