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Microsoft, Oregon and B.C. kick in $750,000 for new study of high-speed rail in Pacific Northwest

(Source: Geek Wire, July 26, 2018)

SEATTLE, Wash. — The effort to build a high-speed rail connecting Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, B.C. just got a fresh cash infusion. Microsoft, the Province of British Columbia, and the Oregon Department of Transportation are putting $750,000 in new funding toward a deeper study of the business opportunity the project presents. The rail line under consideration would connect Seattle to Vancouver in under an hour. The new funding is on top of $750,000 contributed by Washington state earlier this year, bringing the total funding for the new study to $1.5 million.

Full story: www.geekwire.com

Friday, July 27, 2018

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