Texas Central Railway

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Texas Central Railway
Texas Central logo.png
Overview
Type High-speed rail
Status Planned
Locale Texas
Termini Houston
Dallas
Stations 2
Services 1
Operation
Opening 2020[1]
Owner Lone Star High-Speed Railway
Operator(s) Lone Star High-Speed Railway
Rolling stock Shinkansen
Technical
Operating speed 205 mph

The Texas Central Railway is a planned high-speed rail line with direct service from Houston to Dallas/Fort Worth. The owner/operator has indicated that the line could be open by 2020[1] and it would therefore become one of the first high-speed rail lines in North America.

A proposed second phase of the project would link Austin and San Antonio along the I-35 corridor, although no timescale has been given.


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Official Website

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