High-Speed rail projects are being planned to run from Southern California.
But what makes them greener than I-15? And how do they work? UNLV
transportation experts Pushkin Kachroo and Tom Piechota help us understand
the pros and cons of high-speed trains.
There are two plans for high-speed rail links from Las Vegas to Southern
California but they don't seem to have made the cut with the latest round of federal funding. We talk with transportation expert Eric Morris about the lack of a unified national approach and about whether high-speed rail can ever succeed in the United States as it has in Europe and Japan.
Ky Plaskon, Author, Silent Heroes of the Cold War: The Mysterious Military Plane Crash on A Nevada Mountain Peak - and the Families Who Endured an Abyss of Silence for Generation
Steve Ririe, Founder, Silent Heroes of the Cold War
Nancy Brune, Dir of Research and Outreach, UNLV's Inst for Securities Studies
Oliver Hemmers, Dir, UNLV Office of Strategic Energy Programs
Jack Caravelli, panel member, and former Dir for Nonproliferation, National Security Council