Why the U.S. has failed with high-speed rail compared to the rest of the world

The U.S. has no high-speed trains, besides a few small sections of Amtrak's Acela line in the Northeast Corridor. China has more than 19,000 miles of high-speed rail, the vast majority of which was built in the past decade. Japan's bullet trains date back to the 1960s. France began service of the high-speed TGV train in 1981 and the rest of Europe quickly followed. Watch the video to see why the U.S. continues to fail with high-speed trains, and the companies that are trying to fix that.
Tue, May 7 20191:32 PM EDT