The Federal Railroad Administration has identified eleven major corridors for potential high speed rail projects. Below is a listing of the selected corridors and their accompanying websites.
A 800 mile high speed rail network covering areas such as the Bay Area, Sacramento,
Los Angeles, San Diego.
The Chicago Hub Network
Connecting a dozen of cities, including: Chicago, Milwaukee, Twin Cities, St. Louis, Kansas City,
Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville
Over 400 miles of high speed rail covering the New York City, Albany and Buffalo areas.
The network will span from Orlando, Tampa to Miami
Gulf Coast Corridor
Houston, New Orleans, Mobile, Birmingham, Atlanta
Over 100 miles of high speed track from Philadelphia to Harrisburg and Pittsburgh
Northern New England Corridor
A high speed rail system connecting major cities including Boston, Montreal, Portland, Springfield,
New Haven and Albany.
Pacific Northwest Corridor
Over 460 miles of high speed rail connecting cities in the Pacific Northwest including Eugene, Portland,
Tacoma, Seattle, and Vancouver BC.
High Speed Rail covering major south Atlantic cities such as Washington, Richmond, Raleigh, Charlotte,
Atlanta, Macon, Columbia, Savannah, and Jacksonville.
South Central Corridor
The South Central corridor of high speed Rail system will travel to cities including Tulsa, Oklahoma city,
Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Little Rock.
Other Rail Groups