Dueling high-speed rail plans may leave Nevada at the station

07/26/2010 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

A fight for high-speed rail funding between dueling train companies in Nevada could leave both proposals on the drawing board. One proposal relies on traditional steel track; the other would employ magnetic levitation technology. Neither has gained financial traction, as the debate drags on. "They're not going to do anything other than hold back progress by holding these types of debates," said Anthony Perl, a fellow with the Post Carbon Institute and high-speed rail expert.

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