LaHood: It’s Time To Meet 21st Century Realities
U.S. Department of Transportation
U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood and Illinois Officials Break Ground on Chicago High-Speed Rail Project
Federal Railroad Administration
High-speed rail a big opportunity for business
The Fresno Bee
Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces $34 Million to Alleviate Congestion at One of the Largest Rail Bottlenecks in America
Federal Railroad Administration
Secretary LaHood Announces $179 Million to California for Continued Development of Integrated, Statewide Passenger Rail Network
Federal Railroad Administration
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood Awards $336.2 Million For Next Generation Trains In California And Midwest
Federal Railroad Administration
Michael P. Melaniphy Named Next APTA President
Passenger Transport
Mayors declare support for President Obama’s high-speed rail initiative
U.S. Department of Transportation
Viewpoints: Case for high-speed rail grows only stronger
The Sacramento Bee
Amtrak launches Online ‘Ask Our Expert’ Program
Metro Magazine
US official touts high-speed rail at tourism meet
Feds redistribute $2 billion for rail projects
Washington Post
APTA Applauds New Investments in High-Speed Rail by Obama Administration
American Public Transportation Association
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces $100 Million for California to Purchase American-Made Rail Cars and Locomotives
Federal Railroad Administration
Riled about rail: Why all the anger over high speed trains?
Editorial: How Not to Plan for the Future
The New York Times
Federal Investment in High-Speed Rail Could Spur 1.3 Million Jobs
American Public Transportation Association
President Obama Notes Public Transportation Investment as Path to Making America’s Transportation Sector Cleaner and More Efficient in Energy Security Speech
White House
Countdown to DesertXpress Begins
U.S. Department of Transportation
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Statement on High-Speed Rail Agreement in North Carolina
U.S. Department of Transportation
High-speed Rail Is Right Track for US
The Hill
APTA President participates in High-Speed Rail Caucus Announcement
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Makes $2.4 Billion Available for High-Speed Rail Projects Across America
U.S. Department of Transportation
HSR Partnerships Key to Success in WA, OR
American Public Transportation Association
Statement by the American Public Transportation Association on Florida’s Decision to Reject High-Speed Rail Dollars
American Public Transportation Association
Will Republican Revolt on High-Speed Rail Projects Derail Obama’s Plan?
ABC News
U.S. Department of Transportation Redirects $1.195 Billion in High-Speed Rail Funds
Federal Railroad Administration
Nearly Two-Thirds of U.S. Travelers Will Use High-Speed Rail
American Public Transportation Association
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces $2.4 Billion for High Speed Rail Projects
Federal Railroad Administration
President Obama Cites New Report in Second Call for ‘Jumpstart’ To Transportation Authorization
White House
President Obama Announces Plan to Renew and Expand America’s Roads, Railways and Runways
White House
Editorial: All aboard
Philadelphia Enquirer
U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces up to $25 Million for High-Speed Passenger Rail Research
Federal Railroad Administration
Poll: Half of U.S. backs high-speed rail
Federal Railroad Administration
Siemens to Expand U.S. Manufacturing Facility to Meet High-Speed Rail Needs
PR Newswire
U.S. High-Speed Rail to the Rescue
Christian Science Monitor
APTA Applauds Obama Administration for Its Continued Focus on Transportation Infrastructure, Including High-Speed Rail
American Public Transportation Association
Vice President Biden Announces Six Year Plan to Build National High-Speed Rail Network
The White House

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