Alon Levy Featured in Washington Square News

Not only would high-speed rail foster energy efficiency, it would also save Americans time. Alon Levy, a fellow at NYU’s Marron Institute of Urban Management, proposed a nationwide HSR system that would reduce the time of a train ride from Boston to New York City to an hour and 40 minutes, while a train ride from New York City to Washington would be an hour and 35 minutes. This travel time is comparable to that of an airplane trip, and significantly outpaces a car’s speed making these same trips.

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