Florida High Speed Railway System

After nearly a quarter of a century of planning, Florida will see the building of a high speed rail system as early as late 2010. Speaking at the University of Tampa Thursday, President Obama announced that $1.25 billion dollars of the project will be funded by the federal stimulus package.

Written by Raven Clabough   
Friday, 29 January 2010 14:45

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