Florida High Speed Rail
In 2000, Florida voters passed a constitutional amendment that requires the state to begin building a high-speed-rail network by 2003. The first leg will run from Orlando to Tampa and cost an estimated $2 billion to $7 billion." [Source: News Story in Orlando Sentinel]
Feb 10, 2003 Four companies enter bids to build Florida's bullet train network
Feb 8, 2003 High Speed Rail Hits Early Bump
California High Speed Rail
Maglev technology was being considered along with conventional high speed rail for a large $25 billion network. It looks as if conventional high speed rail technology will be used in this project. The project is currently completing an EIS which should be finished June 30, 2003. The technology mode will be selected after the EIS is complete.
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