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    October 19, 2012


    Sharon Philp

    If this works, that would be great. High-speed trains would be a boon. Train travel is truly indirect. I was looking to see what options were to take Amtrak to California to visit family, and the most direct route was more expensive than if I went down to Texas--through DuQuoin, Illinois, if I remember correctly.


    Yes, but the Chicago to Oakland trip is beautiful, have never taken it in the Fall. Does require a sleeper, but worth the effort.

    Diane Meyer

    Chicago to Oakland? Oakland California? How come Oakland gets a route?

    Dan at Necessary Roughness

    Ohio considered high-speed rail but thankfully rejected it. Top speeds would be touted by its proponents, but one look at the overall route time showed its inefficiency.


    If trains could actually get up to 110 mph, it might actually be worth something something to riders.

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