Happy Father’s Day from Friends of HSR!

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY

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We wish a very happy Father’s Day to all our friends and followers and everyone who loves fast trains and high speed rail. From all of us here at FRIENDS OF HSR, have a great day, all you fathers out there!

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FRIENDS OF HSR LOVE HSR COMING TO TEXAS!

TEXAS BULLET TRAIN

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Wherever high speed rail and bullet train projects are being advanced and moving forward in America is a big deal to us at FRIENDS OF HSR, and a cause to celebrate and feel giddy. Case in point, is this salient article and report on the progress of bullet trains coming to Texas. That’s Texas, USA!

Take a read. And celebrate and feel giddy! Here: http://texasrailadvocates.org/2017/05/30/following-legislative-session-its-full-speed-ahead-for-texas-bullet-train/

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Watch This Awesome HSR Video!

FAST TRAIN

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The California High Speed Rail Authority just released a new video regarding the high speed rail project underway in the Golden State. Why do we need high speed rail in America? The reasons are a-plenty. What one frequent airline flyer (sufferer!) recently said is compelling enough:

“Flying feels like a straight jacket. A bullet train is spacious, comfortable, visually interesting to look at the window. No one has to move for me to visit the restroom. The restroom is spacious. There’s no turbulence. It’s just HEAVEN.”

Visit FRIENDS OF HSR on Facebook to learn about high speed rail and America’s needful journey to bullet train technology and transportation! Here: https://www.facebook.com/FastTrainsBook/

Wow, This is One Awesome Luxury Train!

LUXURY TRAIN

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It’s not just fast trains or high speed rail trains or bullet trains we love here at FRIENDS OF HSR. We also love luxury trains. And we’ve not ever seen one as luxurious as the train in this video.

Check it out and don’t hesitate to tell us how you really wish you could be there the next time the lucky conductor for this incredible luxury train excitedly yells: “ALL ABOARD!”

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HSR BETWEEN VEGAS AND LOS ANGELES!

LAS VEGAS HSR

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Hopefully, a few short years from now millions of commuters will be enjoying a fast but inexpensive ride aboard high speed rail trains between Las Vegas and southern California. Time to enjoy cocktails, tasty appetizers and a few hands of blackjack before and after Sin City in speed, luxury and style, yes?
 
Check out this cogent article by Art Marroquin in the Las Vegas Review-Journal regarding this upcoming event. All of us here at FRIENDS OF HSR believe this one is a sure bet for high speed rail coming to America. Finally. And we can’t wait to cash in our chips on this bet! 🙂
 

THE FRIENDS OF HSR WANT TO SHOW YOU THE NEW ARC BRIDGE IN CHINA!

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New innovations and improvements in technology and/or construction for high speed rail and high speed rail trains is what we really, really love here at FRIENDS OF HSR. So, we definitely love this post about the new HSR Arc Bridge in China.

Check out the post and link below and tell us what you think. Visit our page on Facebook and say hello, give a like and leave a comment. With President Trump now working with the Japanese to bring HSR to America, this is especially the time for all Americans to get involved! Simply go here: https://www.facebook.com/FastTrainsBook/?fref=ts

Why HSR Is So Needlessly Expensive

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All of us here at FRIENDS OF HSR agree with this post from Demetrius Villa who runs the High Speed Rail Association online. Watch the video and you may too!

Demetrius Villa shared The American Train’s post.

3 February at 06:27

Here are the reasons why:

1. Overregulation
2. Overengineering

3. Over-idiocy

The American Train
3 February at 06:17

“A more serious video on why projects in the US are so needlessly expensive, and simple steps to curb cost.” — Demetrius Villa

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