As Amtrak works hard to redefine itself as a leisure travel option, it knows that working with the freight train companies it shares the rails with will be a crucial undertaking in that transformation.
U.S. high-speed rail will continue to be imaginative until all states get on the same page about how to fund these projects.
A bullet train traveling between both countries would be a boon not only for tourism, but also for business. Having seen the positive impact high-speed trains have on tourism and economies in Asia, it makes us wonder why bullet trains haven't yet made their way to the Americas?
Elon Musk's global ambitions are finding a ready audience in Russia and potentially much of the rest of Europe.
Perhaps the hardest part for Amtrak will be to make travelers at New York Penn Station forget that they are in the fourth or fifth level of hell. Pretty lights and a good paint job can only take you so far when the infrastructure is literally crumbling around you.
Travelers can now travel by train from Germany to Italy through the heart of the Alps in less than three hours.
Price-sensitive travelers would be well served by doing extra research to make sure they understand the true cost of bargain-basement prices.
Hyperloop is starting to feel like maybe it's a real thing, now that companies are beginning to test systems in real-world environments.
Amtrak is looking to redefine itself into a solid leisure travel option for American travelers looking to experience the country in a different way.
The luxury experience will be crucial to Japan's effort to grow its high-speed rail network.