The 212-page report contains significant changes from a draft plan that was released by the CHSRA in November 2011, including a total estimated cost that is $30 billion less, and plans for a "blended" approach to integrating high-speed trains with local transit in the Bay Area and the Los Angeles basin.
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Posted by Woody, a resident of the Danville neighborhood, on Apr 4, 2012 at 9:30 pm
This entire project was a huge misrepresentation from the start. Costs underestimated, ridership overestimated, funding not secured, the list could go on and on. Only an idiot would think that the transportation mode of the 1800's is the answer today. If trains are so wonderful, why must we subsidize every passenger line in the country? Cancel the whole thing and balance the budget first.