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    High-Speed Rail

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    The eight billion initial investments in the high-speed rail are expected to produce about 320,000 jobs and roughly thirteen billion dollars in economic benefit. These include construction and operation jobs, as well as manufacturing and supply chain options. By increasing mobility while decreasing crowding and spreading, high-speed rail makes our country more competitive while simultaneously creating economic development. The High Speed Rail could boost the economy and could provide alternate transportation

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    The Singapore and Malaysia high-speed rail line is also known as the Penang - Singapore High Speed Rail. It was approved by the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib on September 2010. The rail line aims to connect Penang, Kuala Lumpur Johor Bahru and Singapore together. The entire distance will be about 400km in total and it will take roughly 90 minutes to travel from one end to the other. The total cost of the construction is about 40 billion Malaysian Ringgit, equating to roughly 7.3 billion pounds.

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    flying cars, high-speed rail is one of the most iconic futuristic technologies discussed today. With great success, European and Asian countries such as Germany, France, Japan and China have been enjoying bullet trains for decades. Japan has been a leading innovator of high-speed trains, and has currently developed a train capable of 315 mph (Shadbolt). This MagLev is revolutionizing public transport and changing how the world view trains forever. The average European high-speed train can travel

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    The people of Wisconsin who commute from Madison to Milwaukee and vice versa would find a High speed rail line useful for many reasons. Granted most people that commute from Madison to Milwaukee of vice versa aren’t doing it every day. They are generally just doing it once in a while. The technology of high speed rails is relatively simple; it consists of magnetic tracks repelling the train with a polar opposite magnet on the bottom. This creates a surface with little friction; therefore the train

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    High Speed Rail is modern passenger trains that have the capacity to move at an average speed of 250km/h or more, on purpose-built tracks. The Shinkansen in Japan, the French TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse) and the German ICE (Inter-City Express) are just some of the example of High Speed Rail. Currently there are new railways under construction or being planned in countries including China, Portugal, Russia, Vietnam, United States, and India. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the feasibility

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    High speed rail is a type of rail transport that run faster than traditional rail by using utmost system of specialization rolling stock and dedicated tracks. The maximum speed of rail on such track are 250 kilometres per hour (160 miles per hour) and existing lines in excess of 200 kilometres per hour (120 miles per hour) are known as high speed. The Japan was the first country to start such system in 1964 which was known as bullet train. High speed rail to connect major cities including Austria

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    “Choo-Choo” Goes the Money Train

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    High speed rail is a great idea! How could anyone deny the unmistakable benefits that high-speed rail could offer California? Moving massive amounts of people, in a cost-efficient manner, is a marvelous idea. Taking thousands of commuters off the roads and highways would be an undeniably good thing. Lowering our dependence on fossil fuels will not only help lead us towards energy independence, but will also show benefits to the environment for our current and future generations. Who in their

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    Cleaner Alternative Transportation

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    times in 1977 and 1990 to set more goals in addressing hazardous air pollutants. Even though the Clean Air Act helped control the pollution a bit, it still did not fix the underlying problem: the U.S.’s fixation on oil and gasoline vehicles. Due to high environmental pollution, we should move away from the traditional gasoline automobiles and instead look for greener alternatives like electric or hybrid vehicles and improved public transportation. Automobiles have bec... ... middle of paper ...

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    This might be air transportation network, water transportation network or railways transportation network. All the modes of transportation have their own benefits and cost factors. This paper will focus on the rail transportation in north east region of United States. In United States primary rail transportation consists of freight shipment from one place to another. Passenger service, which was once upon a time a large and vital part of passenger transportation network, has now a limited role in the

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    Climate Change and Greenhouse Gases

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    as a blanket and trap radiation that is then redirected to earth. This concept is called the Greenhouse Effect (Bad Greenhouse, 1). There are many ways in which we can slow and even stop the Greenhouse effect. More public transportation, a high speed rail system, and alternative fuel sources are just a few of the many ways we can protect our environment. Unfortunately these concepts take a lot of money to get put into action. I believe that in order to fund the conservation of the natural environment

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