On June 20, the California High Speed Rail Authority and Amtrak canceled their joint manufacturing plan for 43 modern high speed trains, concluding that the needs of the two transit agencies were too different to be addressed in a single contract.
Talgo, the Spanish train manufacturer that's abandoning its Milwaukee headquarters, is about to transport its two high-speed trains from the city's north side to an Amtrak maintenance facility in Indiana in order to save on storage costs.
The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee has received notice that Talgo, the Spanish company that manufactured the trains, will be ending its lease agreement for a building in the Century City development at N. 27th and W. Townsend Streets.
USHSR is proud to be participating in the high speed rail conference that started today in Philadelphia. Fresh off the major HSR victory in California, USHSR is here with thousands of supporters to advance HSR in America and learn from the many experts...