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WSDOT looks into high-speed train from Spokane to Seattle

(Source: www.king5.com, January 22, 2018)

SPOKANE, Wash. — The Washington Department of Transportation is looking into how a high-speed train from Spokane to Seattle would work. Back in December, the Washington DOT published a study that looked at how well an ultra-high-speed Train system would work in the Cascadia Mega region, which includes Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia area. It spans about 350 miles.

Full story: www.king5.com

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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