Cable, Josh
June 2011
Industry Week/IW;Jun2011, Vol. 260 Issue 6, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses the plans of having high-speed rail, and its impact on the economy of the U.S. It mentions that the issues addressed include electrification, safety and communication systems, other than rail system. It states that the electronics firm Siemens AG wanted to see evidence that the country is committed to high-speed rail before setting up their manufacturing plant.


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