high-speed : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s operating at high speed
a high-speed food processor
- Many high-speed train initiatives have been derailed due to their exorbitant cost recent rail construction in Spain averaged some $22 million per mile.
- Florida and California lead the chase for $13 billion in high-speed-rail funding.
- MICHEL KRAKOWSKI AFP Getty But the bullet-train idea is back, as it is throughout the rest of the country, thanks to $13 billion for high-speed rail (HSR) that was tucked into .
News & Articles
- High-Speed Chase Ends In Interstate Wreck, Arrest
A high-speed chase that started after a carjacking and shooting in Dallas ended in a crash on a Central Texas interstate.
June 12, 2013 - KWTX-TV Waco
- I-70 high-speed rail ridership projections fall short of expectations
For the Colorado Department of Transportation and other stakeholders involved in the study of a high-speed rail that would connect Denver with the mountain resort communities, one thing is becoming clear. Initial projections of potential demand for a train system were off, and off by millions.
June 12, 2013 - Summit Daily News
- Fitchburg home invasion leads to high-speed chase down Route 2; one person in custody
An armed home invasion in Fitchburg Tuesday night erupted into a high-speed chase early this morning as State Police attempted to stop two cars allegedly seen fleeing the scene of the crime, State Police said. Police stopped a white Lexus in Acton after chasing it along Route 2 eastbound, but a white Dodge van eluded authorities after leading troopers to Lawrence, State Police spokesman Dave ...
June 12, 2013 - Boston Globe
- Barack Obama in Wall Street Journal
Obama said in a statement that "few technological developments hold as much potential to enhance America's economic competitiveness, create jobs, and improve the quality of our lives as wireless high-speed access to the Internet."
- Antonin Scalia in Forbes
A police officer's attempt to terminate a dangerous high-speed car chase that threatens the lives of innocent bystanders does not violate the Fourth Amendment, even when it places the fleeing motorist at risk of serious injury or death,Scalia...
- Sir Richard Leese in BBC News
Mr Leese, who is chairman of the high-speed campaign, warned: "We cannot continue to grow the UK's economy and compete on a global stage without a high-speed rail network in the UK. There are 3,480 miles of high speed railway lines in mainland...