Private passenger train vision calls for double-tracking Florida East Coast

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MIAMI – Even if 40 miles of new track are not built by 2014, a new privately-run passenger service in Florida may run anyway, the head of passenger rail development for Florida East Coast Industries tells Trains News Wire.Eugene Skoropowski, who was ...
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