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Texas Central Partners named Brady Redwine vice president, the company's Chief Executive Officer Tim Keith announced last week.Redwine will oversee efforts to study and communicate the Texas Central's project to build a high-speed passenger-rail service between Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston. Redwine also will work on station development and manage other special projects, Keith wrote in his first blog as CEO. Keith was named to the CEO post in July.A native Texan, Redwine's business background includes real estate, finance, research and entrepreneurial investing, according to Keith."His skills and leadership are critical to the project as we move forward," Keith wrote.Texas Central has proposed building a privately funded high-speed rail service that would connect passengers on the 240-mile ride between Dallas and Houston in less than 90 minutes.
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