US High Speed Rail Association Launches New Website Showcasing HSR Progress in the USA

USHSR announces the launch of its new website for a re-imagined user experience showcasing the great progress being made in high speed rail in America.
WASHINGTON - March 4, 2021 - PRLog -- The US High Speed Rail Association has led the charge to bring high speed rail to America for the past decade, and the new website will extend this mission well into the future. The new website is easy to navigate to see the many aspects of high-speed rail including benefits a national high-speed rail network will bring to America, current status of projects, videos from high-speed rail projects and news stories, feasibility reports, and financial analysis. The new website is a great access point to the various resources showing the many nations that already have thriving high speed rail networks, and the reasons to bring it to the USA.

The new website also has a new VIP Member section showcasing our high level of expertise in high speed rail. "We're proud of our new website and its ability to convey the many great things high speed rail will bring to America," said USHSR President Andy Kunz. "We thank the dedicated team who worked hard for this new launch. We'll be adding many more pages in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!"

The new website will help inspire young people into careers in high speed rail, as well as giving them an opportunity to learn about new modes of transportation not currently in use in America. Students and Supporters are also a new part of our membership which is also outlined in the new website.

Visit the US High Speed Rail Association to get a glimpse of the future of transportation in the United States.

The US High Speed Rail Association is the only non-profit organization in America focusing entirely on advancing a state-of-the-art national high-speed rail network. Our vision includes a national HSR Express system consisting of state-of-the-art dedicated track, advanced control systems, elegant multi-modal train stations, and top-of-the-line 220 mph trains, as well as a feeder network of 110 mph trains. Our goal is to connect cities and states into an integrated system, laid out in stages with an aggressive schedule for full system build-out. Our mission is to build widespread public, business and political support for a major public and private investment in a national high-speed rail network.

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