Envisioning a Network of Passenger Rail throughout the Southeast
The Southeast Regional Rail Planning Study
A Multi-State Planning Study
The Federal Railroad Administration has embarked on a project to explore the potential for a high-performance, multi-state intercity passenger rail network in the Southeast region. The study builds on current rail planning efforts within the six states of Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia and the District of Columbia, and explores the potential for a fully integrated rail network linking rail passengers and freight with intermodal transit and ports across the region.
Stakeholder Meetings Update
Southeast Rail Forum in Raleigh, NC
The Southeast Regional Rail Planning Study project team will present on recent project efforts including improvements to the CONNECT model and an updated draft conceptual passenger rail network.
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Did You Know?
Did you know that the longest stretch of railroad track in the United States is located in North Carolina? It’s 78.9 miles long on CSX between Laurel Hill and East Arcadia, North Carolina.