220 in the Midwest

Multiple routes hubbed in Chicago

California High Speed Rail

San Francisco – San Jose – Merced – Fresno – Bakersfield – Los Angeles

CrossRail Chicago

The core of the national network

Texas Central

Houston – Dallas – Fort Worth

Atlanta - Orlando

Atlanta – Macon – Jacksonville – Orlando

Lincoln Corridor

Chicago – Springfield – St. Louis

Blackhawk Corridor

Chicago – Rockford -Dubuque

Wolverine Corridor

Chicago – Kalamazoo – Battle Creek – Ann Arbor – Detroit


San Francisco – San Jose

Brightline Florida

Miami – West Palm – Orlando

Brightline West

Las Vegas – Victor Valley – Rancho – Cucamonga

Lakeshore Corridor

Chicago – Toledo – Cleveland – Buffalo – New York

Empire Builder

Chicago – St. Paul/Minneapolis – Spokane – Portland/Seattle

Southwest Chief

Chicago – Kansas City – Albuquerque – Flagstaff – Los Angeles

Green Bay

Chicago – Milwaukee – Green Bay

Atlanta - Charlotte High Speed Rail

Atlanta – Athens – Greenville – Charlotte

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Shouldn’t You Be Able to Get to Montreal by Train?

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Newsletter 5/17/24: High-Speed Rail Champions

Newsletter 5/17/24: High-Speed Rail Champions

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