Cities Are Building Rail Liuks Between Airports and Transit

June 2009
U.S. Rail News;6/4/2009, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p7
The article reports on the efforts of the transit agencies to build railway connections between airports and transit in the U.S. New rail systems that linked Seattle-Tacoma and Dallas Love Field airports are scheduled to open in 2009. Other similar projects have already started in Texas, Florida, and Arizona. Moreover, eight of the 20 biggest airports in the country are linked to transit through rail systems.


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