State leaders are working on the railroad.
Last week, Gov. Ted Strickland wrote a letter to Amtrak chief executive officer Alexander Kummant requesting the company study the potential implementation of a new passenger rail corridor from Cleveland to Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati.
The study will take about 12 to 18 months to complete, said Marc Magliari, spokesman for Amtrak.
Last month, Sandusky City Commissioners voiced their support of bringing new high-speed passenger rail to the area.
Read more in Friday’s Register.