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March 25, 2015
Julius Parod
Today, as we work to bring high-speed rail to America, it’s helpful to look at those who’ve overcome the same challenges we’re facing.
March 16, 2015
Julius Parod
Near bustling downtown Miami lay acres of underused parking lots. Like in so many American cities, the expanse of concrete is a daily reminder of transportation planning gone wrong.
March 12, 2015
Julius Parod
Last week, each member of the House of Representatives was asked a simple question: Did he or she want to keep funding for Amtrak?
March 10, 2015
Julius Parod
Last week the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced it will end the Hoosier train service on April 1st.
March 05, 2015
Shira Orlowek

Yesterday afternoon the House passed an authorization for Amtrak after some last minute drama. Before the bill came to a vote, rail opponents introduced an amendment to cut all funding for Amtrak.

March 04, 2015
Julius Parod
Tomorrow the House will vote on an authorization for Amtrak. Before the vote, anti-rail opponents introduced an amendment to the Passenger Rail Authorization bill (H.R. 749) that would cut all funding for Amtrak.
March 04, 2015
Julius Parod

March 04, 2015
Julius Parod

March 02, 2015
Julius Parod
Last week Senate Majority Leader Clayborne, D-Belleville, and Representative Ammons, D-Champaign, introduced identical bills in their respective chambers seeking $15 million for a Tier I EIS for a Chicago-East St. Louis/Indianapolis high-speed line.

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