The States for Passenger Rail Coalition is an alliance of State and Regional Transportation Officials who work together to promote the development and growth of Intercity Passenger Rail as part of an integrated national transportation network.
The Amtrak's fiscal 2012 operating loss was the lowest in nearly 38 years, which is a sign of progress, Joseph Boardman, the railroad's president and CEO, said Thursday... Read More
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Fitch believes that U.S. high speed rail (HSR) networks and other regional rail solutions are likely to proceed despite the difficulties faced by proposed projects in California and Florida. ... Read More
The States for Passenger Rail Coalition (SPRC) is an alliance of 33 state leaders from across the United States who work together to support the development and growth of intercity passenger rail service for America. Established in 2000, the SPRC advocates for passenger rail initiatives and federal funding, supports current and long range plans for passenger rail advancement, and facilitates cooperation and coordination among state officials and between the public and private sector at all levels.