Can a Bullet Train Shrink California'...

Can a Bullet Train Shrink California's Carbon Footprint?

There are 1 comment on the KQED story from Jul 28, 2012, titled Can a Bullet Train Shrink California's Carbon Footprint?. In it, KQED reports that:

Near Antwerp, Belgium, there's a two-mile section of high-speed rail line with solar panels over the tracks to help power the system.

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#1 Jul 28, 2012
Nobody will ride the train so no it

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