CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19)-
Plans are rolling for a rail system that would ease traffic congestion on the city's east side, even though one village in its path says it is absolutely opposed to it.
On Monday, the Hamilton County Transportation Improvement District (TID) met with an update on how the project is progressing.
They discussed the Eastern Corridor Project, which would include a 17-mile long commuter rail line that would run between downtown Cincinnati's transit station and Milford. It also calls for moving Route 32 that runs right through the Village of Newtown. The Mayor, Curt Cosby, told FOX19 their position has not changed. They are opposed to any plan that he says would devastate the businesses in Newtown.