The top news stories RT&S was following the week ending Sept. 10.
During a recent interview the CEO of the Texas Central high-speed rail project did not shed much light on progress. Instead, there appears to be some fog developing.
Texas Central makes a major decision to move it’s high-speed project forward.
RT&S Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson covers the top stories of the week ending June 25.
Texas Central celebrates two more legal victories, but anti-high-speed rail group vows to continue fight
The Texas Supreme Court will not hear a case on whether or not Texas Central is legally recognized as a railroad company under state law.
When it comes to high-speed rail in the U.S., the California High-Speed Rail Authority gets a lot of attention in the press.
If Texas Central still plans on breaking ground on a high-speed rail project by the first half of 2021, some paperwork needs to be pushed through. The $20 billion project still needs
Congressman Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) is attempting to throw a lightning bolt into high-speed rail development in the U.S., an endeavor that has lost its charge over the last decade. Moulton introduced a
Bridge work cranks up at Virgin Trains’ Orlando extension project. MARTA may have to cut, delay light rail projects due to COVID-19. Work continues at LIRR’s Third Track project. Texas Central ruled
The 13th Court of Appeals of Texas ruled in favor of Texas Central, holding that it was both a railroad company and interurban electric railway. The appeal ruling comes after a four-year-long