A state legislative panel approved a request from the Ohio Department of Transportation to set aside $450,000 in funding to study the cost of setting up passenger rail service among the state’s major cities.

Gov. Ted Strickland has promoted the rail plan as part of his two-year transportation budget. He estimated it would cost roughly $250 million.

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