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Guest on The Infra Blog: Andy Kunz, President & CEO, US High Speed Rail Association

Posted by Steve Anderson on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

kunz-andyA long time high speed rail promoter, Andy Kunz brings 30 years of successful business experience to the US High Speed Rail Association (USHSR) – and provides senior leadership and an ambitious vision for sustainable transportation in America.  This vision includes a 17,000 mile national high speed rail network built in phases and slated for completion by 2030.

Mr. Kunz is a national award-winning designer with a background in community design, urban planning, and sustainability.  He has designed a wide variety of projects including a number of new towns and transit oriented developments.  Mr. Kunz travels widely and has served as an expert in a number of forums.  He speaks extensively at leading conferences and events on transportation and planning topics, and has provided keynote presentations on HSR and sustainability in international conferences in numerous countries (most recently Amsterdam, China, Spain, Canada, etc.).  As an authority on high speed rail, Mr. Kunz is committed to further developing USHSR and the high speed rail network in America.

Andy Kunz:

The allure of HSR

Doing nothing is not an option

High-speed rail is the only viable solution

People need the facts to make the right decisions

Download transcript (PDF): Andy Kunz on The Infra Blog

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