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Investors May Get Onboard Fast Trains

Publication Date: 3/10/2010
Author: Scott Judy
Format: HTML

Description:
Private investors will be interested in high-speed-rail projects—if the federal funding stream remains consistent, experts say. In particular, advocates are hoping the $2.5-billion Tampa-Orlando line will prove the mode’s viability. However, it still needs about $1.2 billion more to be completed.

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