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February 8, 2016 7:52 PM

NC rail plan not high-speed, just better

North Carolina uses $520 million in federal funds for Raleigh-to-Charlotte improvements

Top train speed is still 79 mph

California’s $68 billion, 220-mph high-speed rail program is years away from service

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