February 20, 2017
Bill Hethcock, Dallas Business Journal
The developers behind the plan to connect Dallas and Houston via high-speed rail fired back Friday against conclusions in a study that warned the project may run massive deficits.
Texas Central Partners plans to construct a 240-mile Houston-to-Dallas rail line funded by...
February 11, 2017
Curtis Tate, Tribune News Service
WASHINGTON — Could Donald Trump be the president who brings high-speed rail to America?
The Obama administration spent nearly $10 billion to improve passenger rail service across the country. While it accomplished that goal to some degree, it did not build the faster tr...
February 8, 2017
Texas Central announced yesterday that it has reached land option agreements on 30 percent of the parcels needed for its plan to build a high-speed train route between Dallas and Houston.
Negotiations have resulted in option agreements in all 10 counties through which...
February 7, 2017
Brandon Formby, The Texas Tribune
Texas Central Partners officials said they are instead going to try and have an “open dialogue” with landowners about letting the company onto their land.
“We’re stepping back and going back to conversations and taking some of the heat out of our process,” said Texas Ce...
December 23, 2016
A new alliance that aims to tackle transportation issues along Interstate 35 between San Antonio and Austin is strengthening plans for a passenger rail along the sprawling corridor.
The partnership brings together the three entities that control 100 percent of the trans...
April 22, 2016
State-owned China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) will extend by three months a feasibility study for a major industrial park in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, two Mexican officials familiar with the matter said..
Jalisco's government and CCCC agreed i...
Slowing economy, trade wars, drag on US rail compa...
October 21, 2019
NJ Transit restores Raritan Valley Line direct ser...
October 18, 2019
Hyperloop could come to North Texas sooner than ex...
October 11, 2019