A faster way to zip up and down the Eastern Seabord
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#1 Jul 7, 2009
I have heard that the issue with the acela is it runs on outdated tracks that were never intended to be used for a 200mph speeding train. There are only a few areas where the train can push upwards of 115 mph, say 10-15% of the total track avaialable between boston and DC/ Also, there are issues of who owns the tracks and what rules the train coductor must follow and it varies from state to state.
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