TCMC Passenger Rail
The Twin Cities-Milwaukee-Chicago (TCMC) Intercity Passenger Rail Project adds a second, daily round-trip passenger rail service to the 411-mile corridor used by Amtrak's long-distance Empire Builder and Hiawatha routes, while also improving freight movement. TCMC leverages existing resources to cost-effectively improve regional intercity transportation in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois.
Provides more choices for regional travelers with time-sensitive plans and schedules, making more trips viable by rail
Uses existing infrastructure stations and equipment to keep project costs down
Improves operations and expands capacity to provide more reliable service with better on-time performance for both passenger and freight trains
Improves intercity connections throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota with added rail schedules that connect to intercity bus and shuttle services, air travel, and local transit.
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Regional Airport (LSE)
The La Crosse Regional Airport (LSE) is an ideally located airport with an aggressive, two-tiered incentive program. With partnerships with economic development agencies to ensure new and existing services are successful, LSE offers air carriers access to the region from an affordable, reliable, and willing airport partner.