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California Edges Ahead In High-Speed-Train 'Race' : NPR

I was interviewed by Ina Jaffe for the NPR story: California Edges Ahead In High-Speed-Train 'Race' Of course a half-hour interview by Ina Jaffe was distilled into 2 soundbytes.

The story is fascinating ... not enough demand for air travel therefore we need HSR.

It is followed by an interview with Eric Morris. I am pleased to be no longer the only official California HSR skeptic.

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