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XpressWest ended a partnership with China Railway International to build high-speed rail between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
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As The Transit Wire takes a break for the holidays, here’s a look at some of the trends in transit technology for 2015.
The state of Maryland has taken two key steps toward making a magnetic levitation rail system a reality in the U.S.
XpressWest received the unanimous approval to move forward with plans to build a high-speed rail system between Las Vegas and southern California.
USDOT awarded $27.8 million to the state of Maryland to study a high-speed magnetic levitation rail line between Washington (DC) and Baltimore (MD).
Businesses interested in bidding on California’s high-speed rail network are questioning the availability of public funds to complete the project.
Overseas investors continue to show interest in U.S. high-speed rail projects in Baltimore, Orlando, and Las Vegas.
Northeast Maglev — which wants to connect Baltimore with Washington in 15 minutes — opened a project headquarters in downtown Baltimore this week.