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    2. Hartford Springfield Economic Partnership gets $4.2 million to boost Knowledge Corridor | masslive.com

      Hartford Springfield Economic Partnership gets $4.2 million to boost Knowledge Corridor | masslive.com
      ...niversities in the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the University of Connecticut. 1025_BRENNAN.jpg Timothy W. Brennan According to a statement announcing the grant: “The bi-state Knowledge Corridor Consortium ...
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    3. Experts weigh in on potential economic impact of Holyoke high performance computing center

      Experts weigh in on potential economic impact of Holyoke high performance computing center
      Allan W. Blair, president and chief executive officer of the Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts, said attracting those spin-offs will be challenging because its power can be accessed from afar. But that can be overcome by selling the same assets that lured the center to Holyoke in the first place, especially the city’s abundance of hydroelectric power.
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    4. Editorial: Pioneer Valley gets on fast track for high-speed rail

      Massachusetts has received $70 million in stimulus money to improve track along the Connecticut River from Springfield to the Vermont line; Connecticut has received $40 million and plans to submit another application for stimulus funds in May. Neal said LaHood’s visit should spur Massachusetts to get its part of the project done.”
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    5. Conn. River Valley may get high speed commuter rail service early, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond LaHood tells Conn., Mass. officials

      Conn. River Valley may get high speed commuter rail service early, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond LaHood tells Conn., Mass. officials
      “This corridor has its act to together,” said U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond LaHood. LaHood met Monday at the Connecticut state capitol with Gov. M. Jodi Rell, state lawmakers and Springfield officials including U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield.
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    1. We think if we can do that, and we treat it as a commuter service, we have the potential for that period to have an added incentive for people to think about that option. And then if we can deliver, those are the kinds of rail patrons you keep.
      In Rail service dream needs to become reality in time for Interstate 91 viaduct construction
    2. The plan now is to send the equipment out of state.
      In Plans are in the works to add local commuter runs on Amtrak passenger train line
    3. We know we won't get all of it funded.
      In Massachusetts $12.7 billion transportation bond bill includes funding for PVTA garage, Interstate 91, commuter rail
    4. You need to get faster than 70 miles an hour to be competitive with the passenger automobile.
      In Fast trains to Boston, New Haven, Montreal subject of Springfield meeting | masslive.com
    5. Connecting our region with Boston has been a long-standing conversation.
      In Talk of high-speed rail between Springfield and Boston heats up; meeting next
    6. We constantly compare ourselves to Boston, and that means every bit of growth we have looks lukewarm instead of red hot.
      In Pioneer Valley Planning Commission paints positive, yet fragile, picture of the local economy
    7. We see it every day. We seek federal grants for transportation, recreation, water, soil and air quality.
      In Pioneer Valley Planning Commission paints positive, yet fragile, picture of the local economy
    8. People don't realize there are private companies making investments and adding jobs.
      In Pioneer Valley Planning Commission paints positive, yet fragile, picture of the local economy
    9. Given this, we'd be grateful if you as well as other local officials and staff in your community would plan to attend this initial kickoff meeting.
      In Mohegan Sun representatives agree to meet with municipal officials on potential Palmer casino impact, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission says
    10. We have had meetings with MDOT to discuss our project and the I-91 plans and plan to meet with them again soon.
      In $400 million overhaul of Interstate 91 hovers over planned casinos in Springfield, West Springfield