Making high-speed trains work in the U.S.
(Source: Wall Street Journal, January 31, 2014)
NEW YORK -- High-speed trains have always been a tough sell in the U.S. The technology is as old as Sputnik, but Congress and the states chose to keep the focus on interstate highways in the late 20th century. American critics still complain that bullet trains are too expensive, too underutilized and potentially unsafe.
Full story: Wall Street Journal
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
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