January 31, 2022 - David Peter Alan, Contributing Editor, Railway Age -

For a short time, it looked like the end of the line for James Frederick Miles and his supporters. Miles is the landowner from a rural county between Dallas and Houston who had fought fiercely against the proposed Texas Central high-speed rail (HSR) line between Dallas and a point near Houston. He had defeated the Texas Central Railroad & Infrastructure, Inc. (TCRI) and Integrated Texas Logistics, Inc. (ITL, known collectively as “Texas Central”) in a local court. When Texas Central appealed, the appellate court reversed the lower court’s verdict and ruled in favor of Texas Central. Then Miles petitioned the Texas Supreme Court for review, and the Court denied his petition on June 18, 2021.

Read more: https://www.railwayage.com/passenger/high-performance/part-3-of-5-the-court-pivots-and-accepts-the-case/


Note: it appears that this series of articles has now grown to 5 installments from the original four noted in previous posts.