Elizabeth Alexis

Californians Advocating Responsible Rail Development

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Co-founder of Californians Advocating Responsible Rail Development, based in Palo Alto

Elizabeth Alexis on KCRW

Governor Brown and other officials gave California's High-Speed Rail project a morale boost on Tuesday with a groundbreaking in Fresno.

Can the Bullet Train Get Back on Track?

Governor Brown and other officials gave California's High-Speed Rail project a morale boost on Tuesday with a groundbreaking in Fresno.

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The ultimate cost of California's high-speed rail system has doubled from $43 billion to almost $100 billion, and the completion date has now been moved from 2020 to 2033.

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The ultimate cost of California's high-speed rail system has doubled from $43 billion to almost $100 billion, and the completion date has now been moved from 2020 to 2033.

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