Rail Popularity Rising?

In light of the Sept. 11th attacks, Americans are thinking twice about flying and thinking more about riding the rails. Scott and Michael Dukakis, former governor of Massachusetts and current Amtrak board member, talk about the future of America's passenger railways.



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