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Webuild Texas High Speed Rail



The Texas High-Speed Train will offer a new sustainable transport route for over 13 millions texans, who live less than an hour away from the three bullet train stations. The new railway line will therefore have a great impact in terms of decongesting the Interstate 45, one of the busiest arteries in the US, which - with the train operating - will have about 14,630 less vehicles per day traveling along it.

From an environmental perspective, the Dallas-Houston train is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by about 700,000 metric tons annually.

In terms of the economic perspective and the positive impact on the local area, the high-speed train, which will be entirely financed by private investors, will increase employment both in construction and management phases for thousands of people.

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