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Baton Rouge-New Orleans passenger trains don't have to be fast to be competitive, study says

Amtrak and CHSRA seek job-creation strategy from high-speed train manufacturers

California High-Speed Rail Authority CEO reflects on 2013 milestones, discusses 2014 agenda

High-speed rail makes incremental progress on Chicago-St. Louis route

Federal Railroad Administration budget 'highlight' of USDOT spending plan, Szabo says

Amtrak, California High Speed Rail Authority partner to buy new trains

High-speed rail is on a slower, but steady, track: HNTB

Election 2012: Rail experts sound off on funding, retirement, rules, policies and taxes

AREMA conference attendees hear reports on safety, financial and technical trends

Caltrain electrification project ready to roll

U.S. high-speed rail likely to be built incrementally, consultants say at 8th world congress

High-speed rail world congress: speeches and stories from the opening session

California high-speed rail officials still aiming for 2012 construction launch

New APTA report is a lesson in anti-HSR rhetoric

Rail industry data and trends from Progressive Railroading January 2012

The year ahead, intermodal as royalty and a new high-speed rail outlook report — by Pat Foran (Context, December 2011)

Near term outlook report for HSIPR

Transcript for HNTB's forum on HSR in the Northeast

High speed rail: California transit agencies aim to integrate lines to create a multi-modal state network

America 2050's Todorovich on keys to creating successful HSR systems in the U.S.

The case for investing in U.S. high-speed rail

Florida Gov. Scott gives go-ahead for SunRail project

Eno's Shank: NEC privatization could work, but Mica's proposal is unrealistic

California HSR officials contend with criticism

Removing HSR's 'either/or' tag

High-speed rail's blurry and beaten path

On the Uncertainty Express with Amtrak; American Association of Railroad Superintendents' Frank J. Richter Scholarship — (Pat Foran, Context, May 2011)

ELPC's Learner talks recent grant awards, high-speed's future

Amtrak: keeping an eye on the long-range forecast for U.S. intercity passenger rail

Locomotives: Platforms to accommodate 125 mph operations in the U.S.


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