High-speed rail hearings begin
North Carolina officials are beginning public hearings about a high-speed rail segment that will stretch from North Carolina's capital into Virginia.It's a section of a rail corridor that will eventually connect Charlotte to Washington with trains traveling at top speeds of 110 miles per hour.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation has scheduled an information session and public meeting for Tuesday night in Norlina near the Virginia state line on Interstate 85. Officials will discuss a proposed impact statement for the rail section.
This will be the first of several meetings in both North Carolina and Virginia for the section that will go from Raleigh to Richmond.
-- Associated Press
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