Applying the success of roads to rail

Alex Marshall of Governing magazine argues that the transition from private initiatives like the Lincoln Highway to a state-owned, federally-coordinated system of highways was crucial to the successful development of a road network in the United States, and that passenger rail needs similar innovations in “bureaucratic infrastructure” to become as successful.

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