Experts Weigh In On Proposed Cleveland Hyperloop Route; Changing Power Industry; Statehouse Update

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Imagine being able to get to Chicago in less than half an hour?  That's the goal of a proposed Hyperloop route linking the two Great Lakes cities.  The Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency has partnered with a West Coast firm to study the possibility of such a route and whether it can be pulled off. A  number of area public and private organizations are already on board.  We'll discuss Hyperloop with some of the key players in this high-tech travel plan.  Are we on the cusp of a new age of transportation?  Then, what does the future hold for some of FirstEnergy's power plants?  We'll discuss what could be a pivotal month ahead for the energy giant's power plant subsidary.  Plus the latest from the statehouse in Columbus.


Grace Gallucci, Executive Director, Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency 
John M. Sankovic, Ph.D., Director, Office of Technology, Incubation, and Innovation, Chief Technology Officer, NASA Glenn Research Center 
Charles Michael, US Feasibility Studies Lead, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies 
John Funk, Utility & Energy Reporter, The Cleveland Plain Dealer 
Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief 

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