Discussions continued Monday on the plans to bring a rail terminal to the area.
All Aboard Erie hosted the meeting for members of the community, and leaders from different municipalities, and even PennDOT.
This terminal is part of Erie Inland Port Initiative. They've put four years of work into this project.
Right now they're working on detail designs, and figuring out what environmental impact this rail terminal would have.
The total project is expected to cost $60 million. Organizers believe it'll bring a load of new jobs.
"The job impact of 1,000,000 square feet of manufacturing warehouse space is over 1,300 jobs so we think it's very reasonable that in time, that over 5 to 6,000 jobs will be supported by this rail terminal," said John Elliot, president & CEO of Economic Development Corporation.
Elliot said there will plenty of public input on the project coming up in the next few months.