Maglev's Future Hinges Upon Success of Funding Strategies

Sanchez, Humberto
January 2001
Bond Buyer;01/22/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31061, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the significance of funding strategies for high-speed magnetic levitation train projects in the United States. Selection of projects by outgoing Transportation Secretary Rodney Slater; Need for the federal government to contribute to the system construction; Influence of Senator Barbara Mikulski on the federal funding of the system.


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