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Md. gubernatorial candidate advocates for high-speed rail

Government Issues| April 23, 2014
If elected, Maryland State Attorney General Doug Gansler will form a task force to develop recommendations on high-speed rail from Baltimore to Washington, D.C., saying that the commuting option would encourage more families to move to Baltimore.

Calif. HSR adopts new business plan, lowers revenue projection

Rail| April 16, 2014
New projections are 5% lower than initially expected by 2025 and 10% lower by 2040. The change was made based on research shows that Californians are taking shorter but more frequent trips.
Rail| April 16, 2014

Florida to roll out new $1B commuter rail system

The first phase will start running along a major interstate corridor that runs through downtown Orlando on May 1. The system is expected to eventually tie into an extensive public transit network linking Orlando and Miami by a higher-speed rail system.
Rail| March 5, 2014

Plan to kill California HSR may make ballot

The measure would prevent the issue and sale of remaining high-speed rail bonds and future contracts related to the project and lets the Legislature redirect unspent bond proceeds.
Rail| February 12, 2014

$67B building cost estimated for Calif. HSR first phase

The estimate is for constructing the first 520-mile phase of the train line between San Francisco and Los Angeles. That is about 1% less than the $68.4 billion estimate from the 2012 business plan.
Rail| January 15, 2014

Lawmaker proposes ending bond sales for Calif. HSR

California Assemblyman Jeff Gorell proposed a measure that would ask voters, who previously approved nearly $10 billion in state bonds to help fund the project’s construction, to reject further bond sales for high-speed rail.
Rail| January 14, 2014

Paul Priestman introduces Moving Platforms

Moving Platforms is a completely inter-connected rail infrastructure where local trams connect to a network of non-stop high speed trains enabling passengers to travel from their local stop to a local address at their destination (even in another country) without getting off a train.

Government Issues| January 8, 2014

Cap-and-trade fund proposed to pay for Calif. HSR

Plan would tap $250 million in funds from corporate fees on greenhouse gases in an effort to help make up for $9 billion in state funding that was blocked last year in a court ruling. Environmental groups want the funds go to projects that can have more immediate effects on climate change.
Rail| December 2, 2013

Alstom's Pendolino hits high-speed record

The 182 mph record was reached as it was conducting tests in the presence and in partnership with its customer, Polish operator PKP Intercity, to obtain circulation permission for the 20 Pendolino trains ordered by PKP Intercity in 2011.
Rail| November 27, 2013

Study supports HSR track on Texas highways

One of the most effective and cost-efficient ways to build high-speed rail in the state, the University of Texas at Arlington found. Highway land is already owned by the state, eliminating the need to spend potentially billions of dollars buying or leasing private property.

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