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High-Speed Rail Over Driving or Flying?

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For years we've been hearing about high-speed rail in the United States.

There are cases where it's moving ahead, but also places where plans have been de-railed. If high-speed rail was able to cut your commute time and cost, and if it were reasonably convenient for you, would you take the train rather than drive or fly?

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