A formal presentation will be presented, followed by a question and answer session. INDOT will then take public feedback on the plans.
One option allows travel nearer to highway speed, but it'll cost significantly more.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is reaching out to the public as it develops a new rail plan, a key part of obtaining federal dollars in the future.
Assistant Superintendent Dale Chu says the purpose of all the public meetings around the state is not necessarily to be a forum for debate.
This is the last week for members of the public to provide input on a sustainability report aimed to help shape the management of resources on the IU campus.