eNewsletter for December 19, 2011

Duh, they are just now noticing that building a 220 miles per hour railroad is expensive? While speeds of up to 220 miles per hour is a reasonable long term goal, first we need to look at getting service up to 125 miles per hour in California in the near future. Full funding won’t be available for 220 miles per hour construction until the public can ride improved service so they will demand more. Getting 110-125 miles per hour in the whole San Joaquin Valley, on the Peninsula and in Los Angeles/Orange County will start the ball rolling for future High Speed Rail. We will soon have the cars and locomotives to go 125 miles per hour, but what’s the point if we don’t have the railroads for that. NB

December 19, 2011

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