Financing Future Intercity Transportation Systems

by Ronald W. Pulling,

Serial Information: Journal of the Highway Division, 1965, Vol. 91, Issue 1, Pg. 1-14

Document Type: Journal Paper

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Continued growth of intercity travel requires an integrated transportation system. A high-speed rail system between Boston and Washington, D. C., will supplement existing transport systems. The financing of such a system using federal, local government, and private funds needs serious consideration and further study. Future economic growth is dependent on solving foreseeable intercity transportation problems. The magnitude of capital expenditures requires analysis of all alternatives for optimum use of resources.

Subject Headings: Interurban travel | Financing | Federal government | Private sector | High-speed rail | Integrated systems | Local government | North America | United States | Boston | Washington | Massachusetts

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