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Vol. 22, Nos. 1-33; Jan/Dec 2011

  • The Uncertain Future of the High-Speed Rail Program

  • Skepticism About High-Speed Rail is Growing

  • What Lies Ahead for Transportation in the 112th Congress?

  • The President's Unserious Proposal

  • A $53 Billion High-Speed Rail Program to Nowhere

  • A Few Questions Concerning the President's FY 2012 Budget Submission on Transportation

  • Mainstream Media Opinion Turns Against the High-Speed Rail Program

  • The Look and Feel of the New Congress

  • House T&I Committee "Views and Estimates" for Fiscal Year 2012

  • The End of the Line: The High-Speed Rail Program Has Hit the Buffer of Fiscal Reality

  • The Federal Transportation Program and the New Budget Realities

  • A Requiem for "High-Speed Rail" : An Editorial Point of View

  • Fast Train to Nowhere

  • Skepticism Greets US DOT's Draft Transporattion Bill

  • Pragmatic Funding Decisions Mark the Final Round of Rail Grants

  • California's Bullet Train --- On the Road to Bankruptcy

  • Adjusting to New Fiscal and Political Realities

  • Reflections on Impending Congressional Transportation Decisions

  • Chairman Mica Passes on the Offensive

  • The Senate Transportation Bill Lacks Political Momentum

  • Bullet Train to Nowhere

  • Will Negotiations on the Transportation Bill End Up in a Stalemate?

  • Legislative Prospects for the Transportation Bill: An Update

  • Infrastructure Bank: Losing Favor With the White House?

  • Another Temporary Extension --- As House and Senate Confront Their Differences

  • Obamas's New $50 Billion Infrastructure Stimulus -- Old Wine in New Bottles

  • For High-Speed Rail It's the End of the Line

  • Bridging the Partisan Divide

  • Clarifying Reauthorization Math

  • A First Tentative Step Toward Reauthorization

  • Califormia's Bullet Train in the Court of Public Opinion

  • The Precarious State of the Highway Trust Fund

  • The High-Speed Rail Program Under Congressional Scrutiny

 



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