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House Panel Examines P3 Possibilities for Northeast Rail

DEC 13, 2012 3:24pm ET

The corridor between Washington, D.C. and Boston is ripe for public-private partnership rail development if the government gets behind it, according to testimony given before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Thursday.

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