Witnesses testified about proposals to establish high-speed rail lines. Among the issues they addressed were the high cost estimates… read more
Witnesses testified about proposals to establish high-speed rail lines. Among the issues they addressed were the high cost estimates associated with the proposals, environmental and economic benefits of high-speed rail lines, and improvements needed to coordinate federal and state efforts to create high-speed rail corridors. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Robert Eckels Chair Texas High-Speed Rail and Transportation Corp.
- Susan Fleming Director Government Accountability Office->Physical Infrastructure Issues
- Kay Bailey Hutchison U.S. Senator [R] Texas
- Frank R. Lautenberg U.S. Senator [D] New Jersey
- Edward "Ed" G. Rendell Governor Pennsylvania
- Jay D. Rockefeller IV U.S. Senator [D] West Virginia
- Tom Skancke Commissioner National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Cmsn.
- Joseph C. Szabo Administrator Federal Railroad Administration
- John R. Thune U.S. Senator [R] South Dakota
- Tom Udall U.S. Senator [D] New Mexico
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