Lake State railway is a big idea, and a long-overdue one, but the first real project of its kind in America.
That’s because Lake State is the only major inland railroad in the nation with a rail line that connects to the Mississippi River.
And the project’s big hurdle is funding: The state is asking for about $15 billion.
To build it, however, would cost about $100 billion.
That is a massive investment that will take years to complete.
The rail line would run along the banks of Lake Michigan from Michigan City, Ohio, to Grand Rapids, Michigan, and connect to a new rail line under Lake Michigan and the Mississippi.
Lake Michigan is a lake that sits near the northern edge of the Great Lakes, and is home to a number of wildlife species, including the endangered Mississippi musk ox.
The Mississippi River itself is a tributary of the Ohio River, which carries water northward into Lake Michigan.
To connect to the Ohio, the river would be extended eastward and then through the Mississippi to reach Lake Huron.
The Ohio, however is a long way from Lake Michigan, so there is no direct connection from the Ohio to the lake.
To get to Lake Hurons northern edge, the railroad would need to go south and then up the river.
Lake Huronia, in the middle of Lake Superior, is where the new railroad would connect.
It’s about 2,500 miles (4,500 kilometers) from Lake Superior to Lake Michigan on the Ohio and Lake Huronian.
It also is about 700 miles (1,600 kilometers) inland, where Lake Superior is located.
That would take about six months.
The project is also expected to cost about 1.5 times as much to build as a new interstate highway.
It would cost roughly $70 billion to complete the entire line, and would run for roughly 20 years.
Lake Superior sits at the northern end of Lake Huronicoe, a lake about 40 miles (64 kilometers) north of Detroit.
The river is the water’s main source of drinking water, and it flows down into Lake Superior from Lake Huronoac, a river in the same area.
The Great Lakes are full of lakes, but Lake Superior has the largest number of lakes in the world.
It has an average annual rainfall of 6.3 inches (15 centimeters), and its waters are often navigable.
But the Great Lake is also the most dangerous lake in the U.S. with a history of flooding.
A recent surge from Lake Erie brought record-breaking rainfall to the state, flooding many of the largest cities along the lake, including Detroit and Flint, Michigan.
That flooding prompted President Donald Trump to declare a state of emergency for Lake Hurona in August.
A large portion of the lake is protected by sand dunes and has no dams, so the lake itself is relatively calm.
However, some sections of the dunes have collapsed in recent years, flooding areas like the western half of the city of Detroit and flooding the Flint River, a waterway that feeds Lake Huronyac.
A major problem is the damming and pumping of water from the lake to the Great Plains.
The dam on the Michigan-Ohio section of the railroad is part of the U-M Lake Superior Dam Project.
It was built in 1965, and was completed in 2000.
It is about 1,800 feet (305 meters) high and 65 feet (19 meters) wide, and spans nearly 1,300 acres (300 hectares).
It’s a big project and takes decades to complete, but if it’s built correctly, it could have significant benefits for the Midwest.
The new line would be connected to the new Interstate 55 bridge over the Ohio near Grand Rapids.
The bridge is expected to open in 2021.
In 2020, the new line could connect to Interstate 65 near Grandville, Michigan and connect with the existing bridge at Lake HurON.
The line would connect to Lake Superior in 2021 and Lake Michigan in 2023.
The construction of the line would cost an estimated $300 million.
That money could be used to pay for new roads and bridges, new schools and recreational facilities, and more.
If the project were completed on time and at cost, it would take 20 years to finish the entire project.
That might sound like a long time, but it’s actually a lot less time than it would cost to build a new highway.
The Interstate 35 corridor that runs from Detroit to New Orleans has a projected cost of $5.2 billion, and that’s a huge amount of money.
The state would need about $500 million to build the interstate, but that’s just the beginning.
If you add in the costs for the bridge, the tolls for the toll booths, and other public works projects, the total would be about $9.7 billion.
The total is much less than the $10 billion that the U