Curt Pringle

California High Speed Rail Authority

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California voters approved a  $9.95 billion bond issue  for high-speed rail from San Diego to San Francisco, and construction on the first leg is scheduled to begin next year.

High-Speed Rail in Trouble

California voters approved a $9.95 billion bond issue for high-speed rail from San Diego to San Francisco, and construction on the first leg is scheduled to begin next year.

from Which Way, L.A.?

When voters passed  $10 billion in bonds  to jump-start a San Diego-San Francisco high-speed rail, promoters claimed it would haul 50 million people a year and generate a $1.1 billion…

The Dream and Reality of High-Speed Rail across California

When voters passed $10 billion in bonds to jump-start a San Diego-San Francisco high-speed rail, promoters claimed it would haul 50 million people a year and generate a $1.1 billion…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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