Tags: "Texas Central"

02 Nov
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Improper for Soil/Water Conservation Directors to oppose bullet train?

Public vs. Private. Was it correct and legal for member Directors of a Texas agency that derives part of their funding from state appropriations, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the EPA to vote in opposition of a high speed ...

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24 Oct
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High-speed rail pits urban against rural

Mitchell Schnurman – Dallas Morning News – October 20 2015 $130M worth of high-speed rail design work will be done at selected firms’ risk Who’s gonna stop progress in its tracks, especially when it’s counted in the billions of dollars? ...

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20 Oct
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Texas Central DAL-HOU high speed rail pre-construction partnership announced

October 20, 2015 – Dallas  – (TRA Newswire) Design-build development partnership announced Two world-class design-build firms to provide work valued at $130 million for Texas’ high-speed rail project Backers say commitment shows strong international interest Project reaches 50% milestone in ...

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15 Oct
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High speed rail could transform home-campus commute, says students and advocates.

Stopover planned 20 miles from A&M could transform home-campus commute, says students and advocates. October 15, 2015 -By Chris Martin – www.thebatt.com Future Texas A&M students could travel from campus to Houston or Dallas in a third of the time ...

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15 Oct
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Dallas-Houston high speed rail to generate $36billion+ in economic benefits

(Special to TRA) – High-speed rail will spur economic benefits across Texas Independent study projects potential impact of more than $36 billion All counties, cities and school districts touched by the Dallas-to-Houston route will share in the financia l benefits, ...

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15 Sep
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FRA to Texas Central: Looks like the Utility Corridor for Dallas-Houston bullet train

FRA Completes High-Speed Rail Corridor Alternatives Analysis September 15, 2016 –  Special to TRA – The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) announced yesterday that the first stage analysis of a high speed rail corridor between Houston and Dallas points toward using ...

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