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Amtrak’s Expensive Trains
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Posted: Jul 23 2011 21:20:42


That the US invests less in passenger rail than Europe or Asia is obvious. Less well known is that with its smaller budget, Amtrak also buys more expensive stuff : Unfortunately, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood’s recent announcement of a $562.9 million loan to Amtrak to buy new locomotives...

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Sunday Train: Republican Great Train Robberies
Post Source: www.ProgressiveBlue.com
Posted: Jul 18 2011 00:29:31


Burning the Midnight Oil for Living Energy Freedom Two stories over the last week underlined the determination of the radical right wing that dominates the Republican Party to sabotage America’s future and betray our national security and the interests of our children and grandchildren: T...

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Don’t Count High Speed Rail Out Yet
Post Source: streetsblog.net
Posted: Jul 15 2011 15:47:01


“High Speed Rail is Dead,” Aaron Renn announced earlier this week on New Geography . FRA regulations are a mess. The money’s been spread too thin. A couple governors torpedoed projects. And conventional speed lines of 110 mph are being sold as high speed. Those are all nails in ...

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Let’s Face It, High Speed Rail Is Dead
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Posted: Jul 13 2011 21:01:59


Advocates were ecstatic when President Obama had $8 billion for high speed rail put into the stimulus bill. His administration planned to make HSR one of the cornerstones of its infrastructure investment program. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood visited Europe to check out HSR there in pers...

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Sunday Train: Chairman Mica to Cities ~ Screw You
Post Source: www.ProgressiveBlue.com
Posted: Jul 10 2011 23:14:57


Burning the Midnight Oil for Progressive Populism Chairman Mica says : this proposal maximizes the value of our available infrastructure funding through better leveraging, streamlining the project approval process, attracting private sector investment, and cutting the federal bureaucracy, ... Mo...

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Mica’s Transpo Bill Would Spell Disaster for Transit
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Posted: Jul 08 2011 16:17:26


There has been speculation for months now that the House Republicans’ transportation bill proposal would be terrible for transit, biking, and walking. And sure enough, John Mica didn’t disappoint. If enacted, the House GOP's transportation bill proposal would deal a huge blow ...

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The Urgency of Reforming the Federal Railroad Administration by Alon Levy
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Posted: Jul 05 2011 14:29:56


[ If you’ve spent any time around urbanist blogs, you’ve no doubt come across Alon Levy, one of the most prolific commenters around. Now that he’s a newly minted PhD - congrats! - he’s back to writing his own blog, Pedestrian Observations , which is a must for the serious ur...

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Around the Web: Three on mobility and urbanism.
Post Source: feeds.portlandtransport.com
Posted: Jun 15 2011 06:54:35


Three articles from the transit/urbanist blogosphere on a rather important topic. Yonah at The Transport Politic on whether and to what extent the transit/urbanist community is abandoning mobility goals and social justice in search of gentrification; Alon Levy at Pedestrian Observations ...

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Discussing Privatization of the Northeast Corridor, but for What Aims?
Post Source: www.thetransportpolitic.com
Posted: May 31 2011 06:13:07


» House Republicans suggest putting Amtrak’s primary line up for bids, but faith in the private sector is not enough to promote this change. House Representative John Mica, a conservative Republican from central Florida and the Chairman of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure...

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