The Northwest's CHSRC Speed Route

 Sustainable Transportation for the Northwest with different Train Types and Interconnect Ability            


Now we need to build this Cascadia High-Speed Rail Corridor so we can travel in pleasant and efficient ways. Travel over the new Columbia River MultiModal Bridge to arrive at the destination.

Imagine cutting intercity travel time in half and stress free.

Move, relax, work or have a meal.

Think of the contribution you can make and help to lessen pollution and energy consumption and reach the destination refreshed.

Look, you are no longer stuck in traffic jams; you are on the train - along the Cascadia High-Speed route!

Please see new website built up on the weebly platform.  Rudy


    Current Talgo                       Relax                             The CHSRC

This website displays the detailed Cascadia High-Speed Rail Corridor Route Section plans between Eugene Oregon and Vancouver British Columbia.  

Construction phases: Build the route line simultaneously from Portland to Seattle and next to Eugene Oregon and Vancouver British Columbia.

This route plan is for the federal earmarked Northwest corridor region.

 Route layout designed by Rudy Niederer

The proposal for the Cascadia High-Speed Rail Corridor is to provide real high- speed rail transit for the Northwest.


Route speed in most the case is 180 Miles a Hour.


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