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Faster trains

Upstate high-speed rail getting strong support

In this May 31, 2012 file photo, state-owned train engine that was to be used for high-speed travel is seen in Glenville, N.Y. New York transportation officials have scheduled a series of public hearings to discuss various options for an idea that has been kicked around for years in the Empire State but has yet to leave the station: high-speed rail.
In this May 31, 2012 file photo, state-owned train engine that was to be used for high-speed travel is seen in Glenville, N.Y. New York transportation officials have scheduled a series of public hearings to discuss various options for an idea that has been kicked around for years in the Empire State but has yet to leave the station: high-speed rail.
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State and feds to hold hearing on high-speed rail plans in Albany Delay in grant funding may slow second rail construction Plans for high-speed rail chugging along High-speed passenger rail should be full-speed ahead as far as those at a state Department of Transportation hearing Tuesday were concerned. A representative of the Empire State Passengers Association and several others called for the state to adopt a plan to upgrade the entire rail corridor from Albany ...


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pbd
March 5, 2014
3:29 p.m.

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'Bout time this happens. Been talked about for WAY too long.

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