Growing pains for California high-speed rail line
(Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, November 27, 2013)
FRESNO, Calif. — After decades of promises, plans, and politics, California has finally reached the construction phase of its high-speed rail line between Los Angeles and San Francisco. But a judge's ruling this week could derail the $68 billion project, setting new legal and financial hurdles in the path of a proposed 520-mile railroad for 220-mile-an-hour bullet trains.
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Wednesday, November 27, 2013
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