UCLA Study of Japan's Bullet Train Raises Questions About California Project
JULY 13, 2012
“A new UCLA economic analysis of Japan’s Shinkansen bullet train and its impact on the growth of cities along its route calls into question claims by state officials that California’s high-speed rail project will create up to 400,000 permanent jobs.
When you’re spending someone else’s money, “It looks cool and I don’t like it when other people drive cars” seems like justification enough.
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“The Infrastructure Delusion: Getting Nowhere Faster” by Richard W. Fulmer