Bullet train's $98 billion cost could be its biggest obstacle
(Source: Los Angeles Times, November 2, 2011)
LOS ANGELES — The ambitious plan to connect Anaheim and San Francisco with high-speed trains has encountered plenty of obstacles, including intensifying resistance from wealthy and poor communities lying in the track's path. But the bullet train's biggest threat could be its ballooning price tag, which this week doubled to an estimated $98 billion.
Full story: Los Angeles Times
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
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