$8B high-speed rail investment opens door to more funding

02/16/2010 | NYTimes.com

The initial $8 billion investment that the federal government has made in building a high-speed passenger rail network is likely just the beginning, according to this analysis. Now that 13 corridors have received funding, lawmakers from the states involved are positioned to pressure for the additional funds that will most likely be needed to complete the projects.

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