As high-speed rail gains momentum, U.S. can look to Europe's example
(Source: Los Angeles Times, February 15, 2015)
LOS ANGELES — Most of the debate over the building of the nation's first bullet train, in California, has focused on the economics of such a monumental undertaking and its projected $68-billion first-phase price tag. Largely ignored amid the excitement over the railway's recent official groundbreaking — on a vacant lot in a depressed industrial area of Fresno — is the physical impact and design challenges that cities will need to grapple with as they prepare for high-speed rail.
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Thursday, February 19, 2015
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