Amtrak chief sees encouraging signs for high-speed rail

05/17/2013 | Crain's Chicago Business

Amtrak chief Joseph Boardman says that despite its travails, passenger rail now has a friend in the White House. Speaking at a luncheon of the Midwest High Speed Rail Association, Boardman urged rail fans to "keep their vision" and noted as one encouraging example California's commitment to a starter 220-mph system. As for Amtrak, "we may not get to 220 quickly. We may not get there at all very fast. But maybe we'll get to 160," Boardman said.

View Full Article in:

Crain's Chicago Business

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Transportation

Job Title Company Location
Manager - Reshop Systems
United Airlines
Chicago, IL
Vice President Commercial Aerospace Sales & Marketing
Herndon Products, Inc.
Kent, WA
Stations Regional Manager
Allegiant Air
Las Vegas, NV
Supervisor - Airport Operations - Ramp Service
United Airlines
Chicago, IL
Manager, Corporate Events
Aerospace Industries Association
Arlington, VA