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If We Had Trains, You’d be Home By Now

Posted by Infra on Monday, June 8th, 2009

A banner hung by transit activists over the Palms Overpass on I-405, Los Angeles, CA, March 13, 2009

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3 Responses to “If We Had Trains, You’d be Home By Now”

  1. Sean42 says:

    Yeah, and you wouldn’t have to swim through smog to get there.

  2. Jonna says:

    Does anyone know whether the large sums proposed by Obama to develop high-speed rail lines in, I think, 10 different areas of the U.S. is still alive and being funded? Why can’t we have high-speed trains such as they have in Europe? China is developing even faster trains than Europe has . . .

  3. joannm says:

    No wonder road rage exists…The U.S. needs to build high-speed rail, period. We can’t afford not to.

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