How hard it is to construct railway infrastructure ? (tracks and stations)?
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- ?Lv 62 months ago
The hardest part is acquiring the land for the tracks and stations. That's what has sidelined the California high-speed train-to-nowhere project. Related to this are the historic financial problems.
- ?Lv 72 months ago
Technically it is not difficult. ?
The methods to do it have been known for over 100 years.
What is hard is getting the money to pay for it.
Railway infrastructure is in constant development around the world. More money would result in more.
- Old Man DirtLv 72 months ago
To lay track one mile with on turn outs or other items is over 2 million dollars. As for how difficult- this depends on where the track is being built. Grades need to be 2% or less and turns have to be large. While a high way can have a 6% or more grade.
The cost of a station can range from no more then a simple shack to something the size of Grand Central Station. Other infrastructure is also subject to a lot of variance and I don't think a single value could be assigned.
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- boLv 73 months ago
well you need money along with the following
planning on where the tracks and stations will go
cities and towns on where they will put them
each state will have to plan and decide where the tracks go also
EPA has to do studies along with several other agencies state and federal government
it will take years for this to happen along with some lawsuits from various groups who would oppose it. big projects like this always run into problems
- Pearl LLv 73 months ago
its probably very hard
- ?Lv 53 months ago
Yeah, how much money did trump & the senate spend on infrastructure over the past 4 yrs.? None that I ever heard about, unless you count replacing parts of "The Wall".