scratchyX1 wrote: ↑Mon Aug 08, 2022 11:55 amThe United States doesn't have comparable population density to any of them. Sweden seems to be the only country that is first world and comparable in density that has good rail transport. If you look at the countries relatively closer in density (Canada, Australia and Russia) the passenger side of the service isn't considered that strong even though all of them have some honorable mentions.ConstanceR46 wrote: ↑Mon Aug 08, 2022 3:30 am america wasn't too big for passenger rail 70 years ago and china, which is even larger than us, can do it. this is the same tired fallacy trotted out by think tanks that just Hate TrainsOk, Then, morraco, egypt, isreal, india, the list goes on.
and germany has both hsr and the autobahn.