High-speed rail more appealing with high gas prices

08/27/2008 | USA Today

Advocates of high-speed rail in the U.S. are having more success now that gasoline has reached $4 a gallon. An ambitious high-speed rail project in California would link San Francisco to San Diego, but voters have to approve a $10 billion bond before construction can begin. Other states with high-speed rail projects in the works include Illinois, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

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