Wednesday, July 31, 2019

If the critics of high-speed rail had been in charge in the 1960s, California never would have built the water, transportation and education systems that laid the foundation for the Golden State's greatness.



High-speed rail is not some crazy technology. Japan inaugurated a bullet train in 1964 between Tokyo and Osaka, and now more than 20 countries have HSR. The world has been doing this for more than a half-century, but California's can't build a rail line?