Posts Tagged ‘high-speed rail’

High-Speed Rail Could Transform Dallas’ Urban Core

Posted by Lance Murray

Proponents of the proposed high-speed rail project that would turn a trip from Dallas to Houston into a scenic, 90-minute ride believe the project could help developers “build the newest part of downtown,” that could change the way people perceive …

Hyperloop in Texas? Dallas-led AECOM Group is Making the Case

Posted by Heather Noel

Imagine getting from Dallas to Austin in 15 minutes or Dallas to Houston in 30 minutes.

That’s the promised commute time for a futuristic mode of travel called Hyperloop and a Dallas-led group of engineers, architects, economists, and urban planners …

Contest: Student Architects Get Shot at High Speed Rail Station Design

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

Texas college students will have the opportunity to leave their architectural mark on stations for one of the first high speed rail systems in the nation.

Texas Central Partners, the Dallas-based private company that will build the proposed Dallas-to-Houston bullet …

3 Things: Feds Change the Rules, so Drone On

Posted by Julia Falcon

Today’s stories include the FAA’s new regulations for commercial drones, discussions on the long-awaited high-speed rail rumored to take riders from Dallas to Houston, and an app that puts pediatric nurses available at your finger tips. 

More commercial drones can

3 Things We’re Reading: Japanese Rail Firm Plans Dallas Subsidiary

Posted by Lance Murray

BULLET TRAINS, HIGH-TECH ACQUISITIONS, REAL-TIME BILLBOARDS: ALL IN A DAY’S READING


Every day the staff at Dallas Innovates scours the web, digs through emails, and takes reader suggestions to find articles that we think will be of interest to you. …