Secretary of Transportation Says United States Ready For High Speed Rail

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It’s being called President Obama’s ‘Transportation Legacy’, and with $8 billion devoted to a super fast and efficient way to move people across the country, it’s no wonder. High speed rail has been used all over Europe and Asia with huge success, and it has taken the United States a long time to catch up. High Speed Rail Transportation Secretary

It’s being called President Obama’s ‘Transportation Legacy’, and with $8 billion devoted to a super fast and efficient way to move people across the country, it’s no wonder. High speed rail has been used all over Europe and Asia with huge success, and it has taken the United States a long time to catch up. But now, according to the Transportation Secretary, many venues are going to have the funds necessary to implement high speed rail capabilities. It would give people the opportunity to travel across the country at over 200 mph in a more environmentally friendly and cost-effective way than flying. Keep reading to see an interview with the Secretary of Transportation and hear him discuss the high speed rail opportunities coming to America.

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