Airline woes increase demand for high-speed rail

Crowded planes, endless delays and skyrocketing fuel prices are three good reasons for Congress to reexamine high-speed rail as an alternative to air travel. An editorial in Newsday argues that an investment in high-speed rail would ease traffic congestion, greatly reduce carbon dioxide emissions and create more than 300,000 jobs.

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