Train to nowhere? Here’s how high-speed rail project went off the rails
Did it go off the rails, or was it derailed by nimbyism and a diehard car culture? California’s high-speed rail project has repeatedly hit lawsuits, engineering problems, geological obstacles, bureaucracy, swelling costs and delays. Its budget has ballooned from $33 billion to $77 billion, with no secure financing plan. Read the article.
Rachel Swan and Kurtis Alexander, SF Chronicle, Feb. 17, 2019