High Speed Rail
Metro directors say spending bullet train money in LA would be "more cost effective"
More trouble for the bullet train from San Francisco to LA
"Right now there simply isn’t a path to get from Sacramento to San Diego—let alone from San Francisco to LA," he says.
New run-through tracks could accommodate up to 278 trains per day, and would ready the station for high-speed rail.
The high-speed rail authority is having a hard time finding a route from Burbank to Palmdale that doesn't ruffle feathers. One school board members claims one of the proposed routes will lead to a drop in school enrollment.
Construction actually seems to be under way on the much-delayed bullet train, and the California High-Speed Rail Authority has footage to prove it. The new video is apparently all set to delight DMV visitors around the state.