As the North Texas to Houston high-speed train project continues to gain momentum and build toward construction we want to make sure accurate information and the latest facts are available. In some cases we have found misinformation, rumors and innuendo continue to make their way into the conversation, whether spread by word-of-mouth, online or in the mainstream media. Thank you for taking the time to come here to find the truth. So, without further ado….
Once constructed, the train is scheduled to run every 30 minutes during peak travel times and hourly during off-peak times, with a midpoint stop on the 90-minute journey in the Brazos Valley. Connecting these regions with this safe, reliable and productive transportation option will provide Texans more great choice as they travel for work and play. Additionally, this important infrastructure positions the state for future growth and creates tens of thousands of new jobs for Texans.
As developers of this private project, Texas-based Texas Central continues to promote an open conversation with all parties about the high-speed train. With a project of this scale, there are naturally questions and concerns. This section of our website is designed to address those and ensure facts are available to address these questions directly and openly.
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*All claims and descriptions of the high-speed rail system’s operations, including service and station amenities, are based on current plans and are subject to change. Photos of the Series N700 trains used on this website are all used under permission from JRC. Some promotional material and information prepared by and used with the permission of Texas Central.