A bullet train offering speedy passage between Anaheim and San Francisco is closer to becoming a reality than ever before.
High-speed “bullet” trains are being engineered across the world. Why has this technological marvel yet to make its way into American infrastructure?
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has invested more than $100 million in improved equipment and other technology to prevent weather-related delays during its notoriously cold winters.
The proposed development of Chicago’s North Branch corridor could lead to new public transit options for the city’s residents.
High speed rail is transforming transportation in Europe and Asia. Could the U.S. be next?