The flow of traffic in Springfield could change dramatically in the coming decade.
Transportation planners seeking to re-route trains recently scored a major victory in the fight for funding.
The federal government announced August 30th a $14.4M grant to help pay for the first of several construction projects along 10th Street. Crews could begin work by summer 2014, but design work must be completed first.
The State Journal-Register's Business Editor Tim Landis joins us to talk about the possibility of faster freight trains along Springfield's Third Street corridor and an upcoming corn crop survey in Sangamon County: