The trains running through Bloomington will increase their speed from 10 mph to 25 mph on October 15.
The Indiana Rail Road Company is building a facility in Daviess County that will transfer cargo between rail lines and trucks.
Terre Haute officials are presenting their plan Wednesday on how to reduce the negative effects of rail traffic in the city.
Increasing train speeds in Linton are a harbinger of new business, but some residents worry for the safety of children used to slower-moving trains.
The Indiana Rail Road Company facility is part of a $65 million, five-year-long project.