EAST LANSING (WXYZ)- The public will get a chance to talk to officials about a possible high speed rail link to Detroit and Lansing.
A task force is holding its first public hearing Monday, June 15 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The system would be the first ever hydrogen rail in the world and would run on an elevated track.
After holding four hearings, the task force will give its recommendation.
The Michigan based company, Interstate Traveler Company wants to build the rail.
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