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High-Speed Rail

Our co-conspirators at Curbed LA cover the latest indignities hurled at high-speed rail as the Legislative Analysts Office dissed the $43B project as currently managed by the California High Speed Rail Authority. And the LA Times jumped into the fray, saying the route should begin in San Francisco or Los Angeles, not in the Central Valley and working north and south as planned, plus saying the CHSRA are simply buddies of bureaucrats who have no idea what they're doing. Ouch. Meanwhile, Burbank is having nothing to do with it unless it goes to their airport and Palo Alto hates it because there's an old oak tree in the way. [Curbed LA]