Topic : America 2050

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Where Will High-Speed Rail Succeed?

Rail| February 14, 2011
Ridership potential is the number one factor in determining if a corridor is suitable for investment, according to a new study. It proposes that the federal government prioritize investments where the potential for ridership demand is greatest.

Report identifies high-speed rail corridors with greatest ridership potential

Rail| January 11, 2011
Corridors connecting populous regions with large job centers, rail transit networks, and existing air markets were found to have the greatest potential to attract ridership.

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