CalTrain and High Speed Rail
Original post made by Paul Losch on Apr 7, 2011
At the same time we have Don Quixotes attempting to garner more federal funds for an ill-conceived High Speed Rail system in this part of the world, a critical local transit operation, CalTrain, is proposing to cut back on its "Baby Bullet" trains in order to close an operating deficit.
I am not a regular user of public transit, although I have been in the past for work from PA to SF.
Would federal funds, assuming they are there, be better directed toward a high speed rail system or a commuter rail system?
I vote CalTrain. not HSR.
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