CNBC's Carlos Waters is reporting on Amtrak's Texas bullet train. 

Amtrak aims to revive the Texas Central bullet train project, connecting Dallas to Houston in under 90 minutes, to provide a faster travel option than cars or planes. The initiative, costing at least $33.6 billion, faced delays and regulatory hurdles but received new momentum with Amtrak's partnership. Despite opposition from landowners and financial challenges, the project seeks to alleviate traffic congestion and meet the needs of Texas' growing population, with support from Japanese firms and the U.S. government.

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