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Texas bullet train failed once, but it's back

(Source: New York Times, March 6, 2014)

NEW YORK -- In 1989, former Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes joined a group of investors hoping to develop a bullet train in Texas. The project collapsed after four years and more than $70 million in private investments. More than two decades later, Texas Central Railway is trying to revive a part of the earlier project, a privately financed bullet train between Dallas and Houston.

Full story: New York Times

Friday, March 7, 2014

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