Plans for the high speed rail in Texas are racing forward.
Construction is slated to begin in 2019.
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Texas Central, the company in charge of the project, has signed an agreement with the Spanish rail operating company, Renfe.
Renfe runs more than 7,500 miles of track across Europe.
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Texas Central is assembling a team of other partners, including the construction giant Bechtel, which has a large Houston office and will serve as project manager.
The Houston to Dallas trip will take just 90 minutes.
Texas high speed bullet train project takes another step forward