Editorial: LA Times still on board with California's bullet train
(Source: Los Angeles Times editorial, November 4, 2011)
LOS ANGELES — California is expected to add 17 million people by 2040. The state has little choice but to build transportation infrastructure to meet the growing demand; the only question is whether it should invest in freeways and airports, thus increasing our reliance on vehicles powered by fossil fuels and subject to traffic gridlock, or in clean, speedy trains on dedicated tracks that don't get jammed.
Full editorial: Los Angeles Times
Friday, November 4, 2011
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