The Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce offers a chance to learn all about the proposed high-speed rail from Houston to Dallas.
Yinka Robinson of Texas Central, the privately held company proposing the railway, will give a presentation and answer questions at 8 a.m. Friday at the chamber. The event is free, but registration is required.
The 205-mph train would make a stop in the Bryan/College Station area and would take about 90 minutes from Houston to Dallas.
The Texas high-speed rail line, which would be the first in the United States, is one of 50 project on President Trump’s $137.5-billion proposed infrastructure spending plan.