California Breaks Ground on the First High-Speed Railway in the United States

October 21, 2013 by  
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Construction on America’s first high-speed rail system just officially began in Fresno, California! The nation’s most expensive public infrastructure project (estimated to cost $68 billion) is predicted to cut pollution, reduce traffic congestion and improve access to jobs – but not all California business owners and residents are supportive. Although the new bullet trains will transport passengers between San Francisco and Los Angeles in only two hours and 40 minutes (compared to six hours by car), critics warn that the costs outweigh the benefits. Read the rest of California Breaks Ground on the First High-Speed Railway in the United States Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bullet trains , California bullet trains , California High-Speed Rail Line funding , California High-Speed Rail Line inhabitat , Fresno high-speed rail , green transportation , high-speed rail California , US green infrastructure , us high speed rail , US infrastructure project        

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California Breaks Ground on the First High-Speed Railway in the United States

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