Southeast High Speed Rail
The Southeast High Speed Rail coalition (SEHSR) proposes construction of a High Speed Rail corridor with an initial segment from Richmond to Raleigh.
One of three proposed routing alternatives (NC3) in the Downtown Raleigh area includes the construction of additional rail lines adjacent to the Historic Glenwood Brooklyn Neighborhood.
The HGBNA, after two meetings and a vote, determined that residents – while supporting high-speed rail service in Raleigh –
A position paper outlining the views of HGBNA is available here.
Please take some time to learn what impact this project will have on our neighborhood and city by going to the links above or additional resources shown below.
The Raleigh City Council decided on the City's recommendation to NCDOT on the proposed Southeast High Speed Rail (SEHSR) through Raleigh duirng their September 7 meeting.
Following is additional Information. Resources are in *.pdf files, which will open in a new browser tab or window.
A web site created by neighbors in Five Points:
One Neighbors' Analysis and Proposed Action
Raleigh Bicycyle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission Position Statement & Resources
A Discussion of Emminent Domain Issues Associated with Californian High Speed Rail
An Example of Diminished Property Values Excerpted from a Study on One Atlanta MARTA Line
Comparison of NC1, NC2 and NC3 Routing Options Impact*
Legend to Maps
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