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The state Department of Transportation has narrowed the number of alternative alignments down to seven for the Tampa to Orlando leg of the proposed Tampa-Orlando-Miami high-speed rail project.
Transportation planners say these alternatives have become less hypothetical with the election of Bill Clinton. The president-elect supports a national network of high-speed rail projects.
The alternatives selected for the Tampa to Orlando rail line have different routes or different station locations. They include:
* Orlando International Airport to St. Petersburg with six stations;
* OIA to Largo with three stations;
* Downtown Orlando to Largo with five stations;
* Downtown Orlando to Largo with seven stations;
* Downtown Orlando to downtown Tampa with three stations;
* Downtown Orlando …