Podcast: interview of Progressive Rail’s Dave Fellon about Northfield’s rail infrastructure

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Eight days ago, we interviewed Dave Fellon, president of Progressive Rail, while riding the train from their offices in Lakeville to Northfield. (See the blog post of photos from that day.) Yesterday, we did a post-mortem with just us three LG hosts in Tracy’s office.

I’ve divided up the audio into three separate podcast episodes and will post them over the next 3 days. Here’s the first, done on the train. It includes our discussion of commuter rail at the beginning, followed by a discussion of Northfield’s rail infrastructure (starting at the 5:15 mark) and its role in our future economic development

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