Interview: high speed rail

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(Steve Delaney) The idea of running a high-speed train between Boston and Montreal, with stops in New Hampshire and Vermont, has stirred enough interest to generate a second look. The first look was a study that suggests an eventual 700,000 riders might use such a train twenty years from now.

That study’s findings are being explained at public meetings across the northeast, and there’s another Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. in Montpelier’s Pavilion building. One of the most interested parties there will be Charlie Miller, who runs the rail division of the Vermont Agency of Transportation.

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