High-Speed Rail Database Cited in The Economist

The Transit Cost Project’s High-Speed Rail database is cited in “HS2’s Extension and the Paradox of Infrastructure Investment”:

The prime minister’s dilemma would be less acute if Britain built more cheaply. HS2 is the most expensive high-speed railway in the world, costing $235m per kilometre of track, according to calculations based on data from the Transit Costs Project at New York University (see chart).

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