Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Review urges delay in borrowing billions for bullet train

More Money for local transit, local trains, education, parks and public safety or a supercool long-distance train? 

From the Los Angeles Times:

Review urges delay in borrowing billions for bullet train

In a scathing critique that could further jeopardize political support for California's proposed $98.5-billion bullet train, a key independent review panel is recommending that state officials postpone borrowing billions of dollars to start building the first section of track this year.

The full story can be viewed at: http://www.latimes.com/la-me-bullet-train-report-20120104,0,1663582.story?track=latiphoneapp


3 comments:

  1. Vote all the F'ers out! Starting right here.

    "Nunes said the California High-Speed Rail Authority has spent $800 million over the last 15 years on studies, salaries and consultants without laying "a single inch of track." He noted that the authority pays its chief executive $375,000 annually, more than Amtrak pays its top executive."

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  2. Vote all the fuckers out of Encinitas, with the exception of Teresa Barth. She is the only one with Integrity.

    The others are paid off crooks. Send Stocks to jail. The biggest crook of the bunch!

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  3. A Sprinter on steroids would smell the same.

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