USA Verison Of High Speed Rail Service!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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Published on Nov 3, 2010

Recorded on October 31, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.

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we want trains, but our corrupt cronie polititians would rather give our tax dollars to welfare and bank bailouts to get votes, than build somthing that would actually boost the economy and connect job markets
That is Pere Marquette, it does the standard 79MPH service. Wolverine and Blue Water go 110MPH in Michigan. In the Northeast Acela goes 150MPH and in Illinois select Lincoln Service trains go 110MPH.
Nicolas Vasquez
US Culture ride on car or fly by plane, use a train for an American (US People) is like to ride on bicycle. USA Never find the passenger train niche. 
Yes we do need faster trains. Here in the northeast they can do 150MPH to 165MPH. But I'm told they can do much faster - it's just the signalling gets tricky because it's a highly trafficked route. But I have seen cockpit video of those trains and they have signal indicators inside the cockpit. So that problem is solved. 
Maximilian Raphael
that's tooo slow we need faster trains
that's pretty quick ! here in the uk we are still using stevensons rocket for passenger services.
only just...
type in acela express 150 mph
Exactly. THis project is called "Project Raceway" and is currently in progress now.
Milo Fonbil
Gregory, tks OK ... I read this: ... $450M project funded by the federal high-speed rail program. The project includes upgrading track, electrical power, signal systems and overhead catenary wires to improve reliability for Amtrak and commuter rail service, and is necessary to permit regular train operations at the faster speeds. Some construction activity is anticipated in 2013, but the project will ramp up dramatically thereafter to be completed in 2017.
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