High-speed rail is expected to shave about an hour off the Chicago-St. Louis run, which now takes about 5½ hours. The entire corridor is tentatively scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017.

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Rick

Only 110 MPH? In the 1930’s these runs ran faster than that. I never understood why they call it high speed rail, when really it’s just getting back to the speeds that were common in the 1930’s. It’s marketing, NTSB won’t allow them to run it like that these days.

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