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Christopher McCrea

I recently went to a high speed rail presentation in Fort Wayne. I think in the future high speed rail is going to help society in many ways. It will help reduce traffic on the streets and in the air. The efficiency of rail is something we need to start to grasp. Europe has done so and we should follow. The ground work should start as soon as possible. The cost of the acquisition of real estate will only go up as we wait. With the automobile industry in trouble and with many parts being made over seas this would create many long term good paying jobs. Rail is a very safe form of travel, work can be done on the train, phone calls and text messaging can also be done on the trail as one rides. Please seriously consider the high speed rail for the future of our society.

Thank you,

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