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Visitors look at models of high-speed trains designed by China North Locomotive and Rolling Stock Industry Group. (credit: STR/AFP/Getty Images)

DFW To Houston High-Speed Rail Plan Moving Forward

Dallas to Houston in 90 minutes – it’s a proposed high-speed rail line that’s moving closer to reality.

CBS 11–01/09/2014

A train runs on a high-speed rail line. (credit: Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images)

Proposal Has High-Speed Rail From Rio Grande, To Dallas, To OKC

TxDOT has unveiled an ambitious plan to build a high-speed rail line from the Rio Grande Valley, through San Antonio and Dallas, all the way to Oklahoma City.

CBSDFW.COM–08/28/2012

Amtrak high-speed rail train in New York City. (credit: Getty Images/Doug Kanter/AFP)

$10 Billion Needed For DFW To Houston High-Speed Rail

Imagine heading from North Texas to Houston on a train doing more than 200 miles an hour. The concept of making the trip, on the ground, in 90 minutes, could soon be a reality.

05/02/2012

Texas drivers use the shoulder of an Interstate during a traffic jam. (credit: Lawrence Jenkins/Getty Images)

Fort Worth Mayor Focused On City Traffic Congestion

The mayor of Fort Worth is launching a push to tackle traffic congestion in the city, especially along Interstate-35W.

09/07/2011

A train runs on a high-speed rail line. (credit: Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images)

High-Speed Rail Focus Of North Texas Summit

Backers of a plan for high-speed rail in Texas say budget cuts in Congress won’t affect their plans. One group says they’re not looking for federal or state money, they considering working with the Japanese.

08/09/2011

Amtrak high-speed rail train in New York City. (credit: Getty Images/Doug Kanter/AFP)

$15 Million Study Looks At DFW-To-Houston High-Speed Rail

Plans for a high-speed rail train from the Dallas/Fort Worth area to Houston are moving ‘down the track’. The U.S. Department of Transportation has approved $15 million toward a project study.

05/10/2011