NMSU engineering grads are helping build the nation’s first bullet train

“The interstate highway system revolutionized travel in the United States in the 1950s, allowing people and cargo to reach their destinations far more efficiently than ever before. Now, more than 60 years later, three New Mexico State University alums are working on a project to help change the face of travel in the country once again.  Jorge Granados, Terry Ogle and David Vallejos, three of the eight members of NMSU’s civil engineering graduating class of 1987, are working on the California High-Speed Rail project. This initiative will build the country’s first high-speed rail system, which is the largest infrastructure project currently underway in the United States.”

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