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High Speed Rail Will Take People out of Electric Cars?
An editorial from the ExxonMobil and Koch-funded Reason Foundation made the rounds this morning with the claim that “High-speed rail...
Global Smart Railway Systems Market 2018-2022
Growing Adoption of High-Speed Rail by Emerging Economies to Boost Growth LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technavio analysts forecast the global...
Europe’s top three high-speed and long-distance operators revealed in new report
A comparison report of Europe’s high-speed and long-distance train services has been published by Loco2, revealing that SBB, Deutsche...
BTS Statistical Release: 2017 North American Freight Numbers
BTS 13-18 Friday, March 16, 2018 BTS Contact: Dave Smallen Tel: 202-366-5568 firstname.lastname@example.org SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation...
Embroidering Electronics Into the Next Generation of ‘Smart’ Fabrics
Is an archaic sewing skill a key to connected, sensing, communicating fabrics of the future? Archaeology reveals that humans started...
The Ticking Time Bomb for Suburban Retail
Lightning-speed deliveries and autonomous cars could accelerate the current big-box implosion. Thanks largely to the rise of e-commerce,...
FRA slates hearings on environmental report for Texas bullet train
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) on Jan. 29 will begin a series of 10 public hearings on its draft environmental impact...
Pedestrian deaths and environmental concerns threaten Florida's high-speed train project
It launched to a fanfare two weeks ago: the first privately funded US express passenger railway in decades, a new start for long delayed...
GOP lawmakers derail high-speed train plans to Chicago
A pair of Republican state lawmakers have effectively derailed — at least for now — plans for so-called “high-speed” passenger train...
Texas bullet train proposal pits rural landowners against urbanites
About 100 miles north of Houston, the landscape is dotted with sprawling farms and remote ranches. But critics say parts of the region...