Trailer for 'Part I' shows trains very similar to proposed U.S. high-speed rail trains, in contrast to Rand's original railroad track and bridge update plot.
Urban planning group recommends starting with "megaregions" where it says high-speed passenger rail will get most use, pay for itself.
Citizens voice concerns on Facebook as their politicians debate in general media, while New York and Illinois make appeals for cash rejected by other states.
A total of $2.4 billion will go to 23 states as part of federal public works project to build high-speed city-to-city passenger service across the U.S.
Could high-tech train projects in China and the Netherlands pave the way for similar work in the United States?
Intel and Korea Telecom expand their joint venture to provide WiMax to more of South Korea, with the goal of covering 85 percent of the population by March.
Tropos provides Wi-Fi-based wireless communication for the North American Eagle jet-powered car that's designed to break the land speed record and achieve land supersonic speed.
Shifting 25 percent of U.S. freight from trucks to trains could put nearly $1,000 in your pocket, according to the Association of American Railroads-backed Congestion Relief Index.
Letters are going out to more than 50,000 people across 16 states--along with a few thousand dollars in cash--asking them to become owners of a new fiber-optic network.
Lobbyists are pressuring Congress to resolve whether governments should be selling Net access.