Arguing for High-Speed Rail Subsidies


For the U.S. to have world-class high-speed trains, the government will have to subsidize them. The investment would be small compared to the billions lavished on highways and airports.

Bruce Selcraig argues for subsidies to the high-speed rail transportation in the United States and points to the immense largesse enjoyed by its road and air counterparts.

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