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Dallas to Houston High-Speed Rail Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) Appendix D Community And Cultural Resources Set 3 of 3

Document Series
Environmental Review Documents
Author
USDOT Federal Railroad Administration, AECOM
Keywords
Dallas to Houston High-Speed Rail; Draft Environmental Impact Statement; Texas Central Railroad
Abstract/Summary
This DEIS considers, describes, and summarizes the environmental impacts of the Dallas to Houston High Speed Rail Project proposed by Texas Central Railroad. This 240-mile Project would implement a high-speed passenger rail system using the N700 Tokaido Shinkansen bullet train system to achieve an approximate 90-minute travel time between Dallas and Houston, with achievable speeds exceeding 200 miles per hour and in a fully sealed rail corridor.
Download 16 Dallas to Houston High Speed Rail DEIS Appendix D_CommunityAndCulturalResources_Set_3of3.pdf
Last updated: Friday, December 15, 2017
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