on the fast track

on the fast track

Fig. following an expedited procedure; being acted upon sooner or more quickly than is typical. Let's put this project on the fast track and maybe we'll see results sooner.
See also: fast, on, track

on the fast track

also on a fast track
advancing quickly and certainly The principal made sure these kids got on a fast track toward graduation and college.
Related vocabulary: in the fast lane
Etymology: based on a fast track in horse racing (a dry, smooth surface that is easy to run on)
See also: fast, on, track