Why won’t more Americans ride trains?

By The Economist
Friday, August 30, 2013 6:51 EDT
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AMERICA has by far the largest rail network in the world, with more than twice as much track as China. But it lags far behind other first-world countries in ridership. Instead of passengers, most of America’s massive rail network is used to carry freight…

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