High-speed rail's competing visions
(Source: Politico, May 13, 2012)
As roads become more crowded each year, transportation planners have been looking for a game-changer that can reduce congestion and efficiently move millions of people. Enter rail — a centuries-old mode that may be a shining savior to those hoping to push the United States into a new way of getting people around at high speeds. But it won’t work everywhere — a lot depends on simple geography.
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Monday, May 14, 2012
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