In 2008, California voted to build the country’s first high-speed railroad. The plan is to build a train that will connect Los Angeles to San Francisco in 2 hours and 40 minutes. But 15 years later, he hasn’t laid a mile of track, and he doesn’t have enough money to complete the project. The latest estimates show that completing the entire system from Los Angeles to San Francisco could cost up to $128 billion. But the work is progressing well and is progressing well.
Wednesday, May 17, 20236:30 a.m. EDT
https://www.cnbc.com/video/2023/05/17/why-it-is-taking-california-so-long-to-complete-its-high-speed-rail.html Why is it taking so long to complete California’s high-speed rail?