Topic : High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail

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Congress hearing to examine California High-Speed Rail Project

Government Issues| August 6, 2018

The multi-billion dollar project is the largest in the federal High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail program administered by the FRA.

Sound Transit, WSDOT partner for Amtrak service improvements

Rail| April 30, 2014
Sound Transit will manage construction activities that enable WSDOT to improve speed and reliability by moving Amtrak service through Pierce County to a more direct and less congested track that Sound Transit owns near I-5 rather than along the Puget Sound shoreline.
Government Issues| December 26, 2013

N.Y. rail corridor receives $18.5M grant

The New York State Department of Transportation will provide the final design and construction of track reconfiguration and replacement and signal system improvements along Amtrak's Empire Corridor.
Government Issues| November 26, 2013

New Mo. railroad bridge eliminates last chokepoint

The $28 million project received $22.6 million in ARRA funding under the U.S. DOT’s High-Speed and Intercity Passenger Rail Program and was the largest ARRA project in the state.
Rail| June 26, 2013

High-Speed Rail Reaches a Crossroads

While projects continue to make improvements to increase speeds in key corridors, the initial federal programs put in place to fund projects are drying up, making the key question — what’s next?
Rail| June 7, 2013

Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority awards $985M contract

The board also voted to transfer full leadership and funding for rail planning in the Altamont Corridor to the San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission
Rail| February 28, 2013

Mineta Institute releases TRB high-speed rail videos

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and other experts are featured in a set of seven videos from a day-long workshop on the future of high-speed and intercity passenger rail.
Rail| September 24, 2012

What Are The Real Costs, Value of High-Speed Rail?

With impacts including a shrinking number of vehicles and less road congestion currently being ignored when the financial feasibility of projects is being studied, a new economic value added model must be used to illustrate the total realizable benefits that can be obtained.
Rail| March 29, 2012

Missouri receives $22.6M for rail bridge

The new 1,200-foot bridge will eliminate one of the worst rail bottlenecks in the country by adding capacity and reducing delays for more than 600 daily passengers on Amtrak trains traveling between Kansas City, Mo. and St. Louis and moving more than 60 trains through the 283-mile line each day.
Rail| April 12, 2011

Group calls for support against high-speed rail funding cuts

Midwest High Speed Rail Assoc. Executive Director Rick Harnish released a statement on Monday, asking for supporter to respond to Congress’ decision to cut $1.5 billion from the High-Speed and Intercity Passenger Rail program.
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