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High-speed rail players waiting for clear signals before accelerating Canadian lobby efforts, advocate says

U.S. lobbying on the subject is booming, but little action seen by Canadian counterparts

News | MARCO VIGLIOTTI
Published: Monday, 11/16/2015 3:16 pm EST
Last Updated: Monday, 11/16/2015 3:34 pm EST
Railway Association of Canada president Michael Bourque declined to comment on the Ontario provincial government's proposal for a new high-speed rail link, but offered praise for the Greater Toronto Area's "excellent commuter rail service in GO Transit." Although lobbying on high-speed rail in the U.S. has picked up speed, activity in Canada hasn't followed suit.

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