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Dallas-to-Houston bullet train inches closer to reality

TEXAS (AP) — The long-awaited federal study of potential routes of the controversial Dallas-to-Houston bullet train rolled a few inches closer to the starting line with the release of a federal study. The Draft Environmental Impact Statement, released by the U.S. Department of Transportation, doesn’t necessarily endorse the so-called Utility Corridor through powerline easements. The feds still have 60 days to hear from the public before a final decision is made at a date undetermined. A Shinkansen Bullet Train similar to above, when finished, is expected to move travelers between Houston and Dallas in 90 minutes at speeds around 200 mph. Read this story and more in your Weekday edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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