Lisa Marie Alley

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Since 2007, a company called XpressWest has been pushing for a  bullet train  from Los Angeles to Las Vegas along Interstate 15.

LA to Las Vegas… by Rail?

Since 2007, a company called XpressWest has been pushing for a bullet train from Los Angeles to Las Vegas along Interstate 15.

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Hundreds of people showed up at the Ronald Reagan building today in downtown Los Angeles to tell California's High-Speed Rail Authority what they think about plans for a bullet train…

The Builders of High-Speed Rail Get an Earful in Downtown LA

Hundreds of people showed up at the Ronald Reagan building today in downtown Los Angeles to tell California's High-Speed Rail Authority what they think about plans for a bullet train…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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