New renderings show Texas bullet train station in Dallas

The privately financed $15 billion Texas bullet train has been in the works for several years. Developer Texas Central said it will carry passengers between the two Texas cities in just 90 minutes.
The Federal Railroad Administration has already selected a route that it believes has the lowest impact on sensitive environments, would displace the lowest number of businesses and would not have a significant impact on the Texas agricultural economy.
Texas Central hopes to start construction in 2019. They’re planning to put a station in Dallas in the Cedars area south of the Kay Baily Hutchinson Convention Center. The 240-mile route would also have a stop along the route to Houston between College Station and Huntsville.