70%
Yes
30%
No
70%
Yes
30%
No

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 @9NNC8HX from Pennsylvania answered…2wks2W

Yes, if they get rid of other public transportation as a way to replace it and truly make its impact effective

 @9N8XVGK from Alaska answered…3wks3W

Yes, but only in areas where such a development is economically beneficial, such as the northeast corridor.

 @9L4Z23B  from Pennsylvania answered…4wks4W

Yes, the federal government should issue grants and PABs for states with projects on designated high speed corridors (186+ MPH MAS, 155 MPH Average Speed) and higher speed corridors (110-125 MPH MAS, 90-110 MPH Average Speed). States should utilize P3s to help increase efficiency of project development

 @9PCPFBJ from Pennsylvania answered…20hrs20H

Depends on whether the rail networks will be private or state run. State money should not subsidize corporations.

 @9P996L4 from Washington answered…2 days2D

Depends how environmentally friendly it is based on what needs to be destroyed/taken down for creation.

 @9P8C58V from Connecticut answered…3 days3D

High speed rail that is environmentally superior to existing modes of transportation should be favored, appreciating how near-term personal aero-terrestrial vehicles may be. We should be pursuing a future gen beyond other existing global technologies as our infrastructure is dated and well behind other nations.

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