COLUMBUS, Ohio -- With gas prices still hovering near $4 a gallon, Ohioans continue to feel the pain at the pump like never before. As many search for alternative forms of transportation, they are discovered Ohio has few options. But could a regional rail system connecting residents in big cities be a viable option?
A three-c corridor has been discussed before, but now it's getting some attention from the federal government. 3C is a railway system which would connect the three largest cities in Ohio -- Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, NBC 4's Matt Alvarez reported.
"I think it would give people the chance to commute back and forth without doing the drive," said Dameon Hawkins, an area resident.
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