Texas Central Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Texas Central's estimated annual revenue is currently $6.2M per year.
- Texas Central's estimated revenue per employee is $229,600
- Texas Central has 27 Employees.
- Texas Central grew their employee count by 4% last year.
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What Is Texas Central?
Texas Central is the company undertaking the development, design, construction, finance, and operation of the innovative new high-speed passenger train line connecting North Texas and Greater Houston, the state's two biggest economic hubs, in less than 90 minutes, with one stop in the Brazos Valley. The system being deployed is the safest and most efficient mass transportation technology in the world, the Shinkansen N700-I Bullet Train, which has operated for more than 50 years in Japan with a perfect record of no crashes and zero passenger fatalities or injuries due to train accidents. This project gives Texans what they have been demanding - the freedom of another CHOICE when moving between the state's two largest regions. By employing a market-led approach - without the use of taxpayer grants - this project will serve as the model for future infrastructure projects of its kind. The Texas Bullet Train is good for Texas, providing a safe, affordable and productive transportation choice that advances the State's economy and prepares us for future growth. ITS ABOUT TEXAS. ITS ABOUT FREEDOM OF CHOICE. ITS ABOUT TIME.keywords:N/A
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Texas Central News
As the rain pushes through the rest of Central Texas on Monday a Marginal (Level 1 out of 4) flash flooding risk exists should any storm stay...
A Texas junior college pitcher tackled a hitter who had just hit a home run during a game between host Weatherford College and North Central...
At least $623,000 in property taxes owed by Texas Central Railroad are delinquent, according to a brief filed with the Texas Supreme Court...
Texas Central, the company in charge of the project, announced Thursday its petition to issue a Rule of Particular Applicability (RPA) has been ...
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