Alan Lowenthal

Chairman, State Senate Transportation and Housing Committee

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Alan Lowenthal on KCRW

Some states are returning federal money for high-speed rail, claiming it’s a boondoggle that taxpayers can’t afford.

Trouble on the Tracks for High-Speed Rail

Some states are returning federal money for high-speed rail, claiming it’s a boondoggle that taxpayers can’t afford.

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Thanks to Wisconsin and Ohio refusing to take  federal money , the first leg of California's High Speed Rail system will be  58 miles longer  than originally planned.

First Leg of High-Speed Rail to Connect Central Valley Dots

Thanks to Wisconsin and Ohio refusing to take federal money , the first leg of California's High Speed Rail system will be 58 miles longer than originally planned.

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