a2 plan not economically self sufficient high speed

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Unformatted text preview: er-train-track-take-future.html ; DKE) [Rail promotes superior urban form and will attract new riders. It is very necessary to develop a commuter rail system using the existing network of the Indian Railways’ backbone and integrate the new metro system and the existing systems of public transport by buses for a supportive overall urban transport policy. This could also create a transit-oriented development with a long-term sustainable financing. The commuter rail system can have the same capacity as metro systems and still have the scope for running long-distance trains in the same rail network at a much reduced cost .] A2: Rebuild/Future Costs Economic Feasibility Study proves funds could be secured Montoya, Award-winning reporter. Generally works in broadcasting but was recognized by the Georgia Associated Press Broadcast Association. Lawrence, reporter for Georgia Public Broadcasting. June 21, 2012 (Orlando, Nicholas, High Speed Rail Possible but Costly, June 21, 2012, http://www.gpb.org/news/2012/06/21/newrail-line-could-cost-5-16-billion-0, June 25, 2012, FAS) pg 1 (A new study says, the federal government could build an Atlanta-to-Jacksonville high-speed rail link in an economically feasible way....
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