California rail providers receive $52M in state funding

By Mischa Wanek-Libman, Editor, RT&S Magazine; January 31, 2018 The California State Transportation Agency awarded $51.9 million in State Rail…

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Texas Editorial Opinion: Don’t bet against high-speed train

An Editorial From The Denton Record-Chronicle; January 31, 2018 The plan to build a high-speed passenger rail line between Dallas…

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Big names in New Hampshire business throw support behind commuter rail

By Dave Solomon, State House Bureau, New Hampshire Union Leader; January 30, 2018 MANCHESTER — Some of the biggest names…

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Mike Rotkin: Understanding what’s best for transportation in Santa Cruz, California

By Mike Rotkin, Santa Cruz Sentinel; January 31, 2018 Several recent Sentinel letters have argued that preserving the rail line…

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Cardinal passengers stranded in Culpeper, Virginia after Amtrak crash involving GOP legislators

By Daniel Tyson, CULPEPER STAR-EXPONENT, The Free Lance-Star; January 31, 2018 Fabien Navidi’s body movements Wednesday afternoon were nearly robotic.…

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NTSB Launches Go-Team to Investigate Today’s Amtrak Accident

A press release from the National Transportation Safety Board: WASHINGTON (Jan. 31, 2018) — The National Transportation Safety Board has…

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Alex Jones said the GOP Amtrak crash was a “kamikaze” attack, because of course he did

By Rachel, Leah, Salon; January 31, 2018 On Wednesday, Alex Jones claimed that an incident in which a train carrying GOP lawmakers crashed into a…

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Facebook Pushes ‘False Flag’ Amtrak Conspiracies in Trending Section

By Ben Collins, Daily Beast; January 31, 2018 The “People Are Saying” section of Facebook’s curated Trending News feature prominently…

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Trump calls for $1.5 trillion infrastructure package

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; January 31, 2018 President Donald Trump called on Congress last night to produce legislation that will…

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