Indy-Chicago train to keep running, for now

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The deadline has now come and gone and there still isn’t a deal between Amtrak and the Indiana Department of Transportation to keep the Indy-Chicago train running.

The deadline to reach an agreement to fund the Hoosier State Line was Oct. 1.

The line will keep running, but without the federal funding.

That means until a deal is reached, it will cost Indiana taxpayers about $3 million annually to keep the line operating.

A final agreement about whether to keep the line is expected in the next two weeks.

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