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March 03, 2014

Air, Land & Sea: Unions are coming together at American, more high speed rail talk

In the latest Air, Land & Sea podcast, Star-Telegram transportation reporter Gordon Dickson and I talk about flight attendant unions coming together at the new American and high-speed rail making progress between Dallas and Houston.

-Andrea Ahles




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I always enjoy your Podcasts. Keep up the good work.

My understanding with Terminal "Sea" is that it has always been planned to be last in line to get renovations. There is a Master Plan schedule for TRIP (current through Feb. 2014) on the DFW website that shows the project timeline. It's showing work on C to begin in 2nd half of 2015, right around the time Terminal A should wrap up. My guess is staffing/cost limitations prevent them from working on C right now. Additionally, the logistics of having 4 out of 5 terminals under construction all at the same time would only be an even bigger headache for travelers.

Is there any plan to take the same high speed rail project from Houston to Austin or San Antonio? And Austin or San Antonio to Dallas or Ft. Worth?

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