Slower than a speeding bullet

From The Economist ... The progress of high-speed rail | Slower than a speeding bullet

Brian Taylor of UCLA gets quoted. "Brian Taylor, a transport expert at the University of California, Los Angeles, worries that the “coolness factor” of high-speed rail can tempt planners to look for a place to lay track, rather than for problems that fast trains might solve. "

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