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How To Truly Waste Money On High Speed Rail



Still, some are trying. Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) has introduced the American High-Speed Rail Act, which includes plans to invest $205 billion over five years in high-speed rail projects, prioritizing applicants based on factors such as equity, sustainability, economic development, and locations not serviced by other transportation options. Moulton is aiming beyond the consensus that focuses on upgrading existing infrastructure. “We cannot squander this generational opportunity to invest in infrastructure by investing in the last generation’s infrastructure. We need to invest in world-class infrastructure for the future,” Moulton told the Prospect.

We should build out a 19th century technology in the 21 st century. To be modern.

Further, we’re going to look for those places no one travels from and link them to places no one travels to. Then build our railway where there’re no passengers.

A village near Salem is missing its idiot and would like him back please.



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