Trains For America

More choices for better transportation – High Speed Rail Industry to Reach $907 Billion By 2015 has announced the addition of SBI’s new report, “High Speed Rail Infrastructure Component Manufacturing,” to their collection of Railway Equipment market reports. For more information, visit

The successful installation of a fast moving transportation system is beneficial on two levels. First, it would decrease the nation’s reliance on depleting fossil fuels and secondly, HSR will stimulate local economies and drive growth across the U.S. According to SBI Energy’s new industry study High Speed Rail Infrastructure Component Manufacturing, the accumulated market value of global HSR manufacturing sectors was $244 billion from 2005 to 2009 and will grow to reach $907 billion between 2010 and 2015.

Nations around the globe are increasing their roll out of high-speed rail initiatives during 2010, making them an integral part of the overall transportation infrastructure. Several countries in Europe, for example, currently lacking an HSR system have made commitments to begin construction by the end of the year. In Asia, a multitude of HSR development projects are underway with anticipated completion dates between 2015 and 2020 and of the 17,000 miles of planned HSR track implementations worldwide, nearly 10,000 is allocated for Asia, SBI Energy reports. – High Speed Rail Industry to Reach $907 Billion By 2015.

Filed under: Passenger Rail Transportatio Policy, United States High Speed Rail

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  1. As of today, it won’t include Florida. King Scott was given a go-ahead by the supreme court of Florida to refuse the federal grant. Come and get it California or whoever, and take King SCOTT with you as far as I am concerned.

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