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Federal, local officials tour New Jersey's high-speed rail project site in Trenton

(Source: Times of Trenton, August 6, 2014)

TRENTON, N.J. — The most-traveled section of railroad in North America, a 23-mile stretch between Trenton and New Brunswick, has had the same overhead wire system since 1935. But with improvements finally underway, trains could eventually be able to speed through Mercer County at up to 160 mph.

Full story: www.nj.com

Friday, August 8, 2014

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