Would you support it?
What millions of people in Texas could live less than an hour’s journey from the three stops planned on the high speed train route, which crosses some of the most populous and dynamic areas of the state. Proponents argue that the system could open up the state to more job opportunities and allow workers to live where they want but work where they must. Opponents say it robs landowners and is unsightly.
The average cost of a last minute one-way fare round trip could be as low as $25 dollars.
Would you support high-speed rail in Texas?