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Unformatted text preview: ne. Georgia would have to share part of the cost. Stops could include Macon, Savannah and Brunswick. The feasibility study was the first of many steps in setting the final course of the train routes and securing funding.) A2: O’Toole – No Funds
O’Toole wrong- HSR applied correctly is profitable despite some subsidies
Ferry, Summer Associate at America 2050, 2011
(Daniel, focusing on research and advocacy for a national high-speed rail network. He is currently a graduate student in City & Regional Planning
and Real Estate Development at Cornell University. Before beginning graduate studies, Daniel worked in the Office of Planning for the
Massachusetts Department of Transportation, focusing on research and corridor planning for the South Coast Rail project, a 60-mile extension of
commuter rail service from Boston to New Bedford and Fall River, While Buses Play a Valuable Role, they are no Replacement for High-Speed
Rail, July 27, 2011, http://www.america2050.org/2011/07/while-buse...
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