Iconic New York City transportation hub handles 0.75m passengers daily; symbolic of early 20th century, railroad-defined United States #USA— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) February 02, 2013
America has only one short high-speed line, connecting #Boston and #WashingtonDC; #China network c.18,000 kms by 2016 tinyurl.com/bg2mkzz— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) February 02, 2013
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Tagged as Grand Central Terminal, high-speed rail, Metro-North Railroad, New York City, Park Avenue, public transport, United States
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