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The plan includes two stages of funding, one for shovel ready projects and one to build a series of high speed hubs including:
California Corridor (Bay Area, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Diego)
Pacific Northwest Corridor (Eugene, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Vancouver BC)
South Central Corridor (Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Little Rock)
Gulf Coast Corridor (Houston, New Orleans, , Mobile, Birmingham, Atlanta)
Chicago Hub Network (Chicago, Milwaukee, Twin Cities, St. Louis, Kansas City, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville,)
Florida Corridor (Orlando, Tampa, Miami)
Southeast Corridor (Washington, Richmond, Raleigh, Charlotte, Atlanta, Macon, Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville)
Keystone Corridor (Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh)
Empire Corridor (New York City, Albany, Buffalo)
Northern New England Corridor (Boston, Montreal, Portland, Springfield, New Haven, Albany)
An expansion of the existing Northeast corridor
The proposed layout actually doesn't look that different from the on we were kickign around here on the board awhile back (there's a larger image that includes some non-high speed rail in the plan link)
I have to say, it's well past time we started investing in smart mass transit infrastructure, though on a person level I'm depressed as hell I'm almost dead center in the biggest in the entire Northeast.