Senate vote puts US inter-city rail vision in doubt

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USA: The Senate Appropriations Committee voted on September 21 to provide $110m in funding for inter-city passenger rail enhancements in the next financial year, a fraction of the $8bn President Obama had requested under his long-term plan to provide inter-city passenger rail services to 80% of the population by 2036.

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