City Blows the Whistle on High-Speed Trains
The town of Atherton and opponents of the California high-speed rail filed the complaint against the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board, which operates the public commuter rail service along the San Francisco Peninsula between San Francisco and San Jose. You have to study the full project. Sacramento County Judge Michael Kenny ruled in favor of the rail authority, finding that the authority had complied with prior rulings and its impact report was sufficient. 7,000, is between Palo Alto and Redwood City.
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#1 Feb 20, 2015
do not understand the headline or the story POOR REPORTING.
I AM IN FAVOR OF HIGH SPEED TRAINS.
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