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Four-track design back in high-speed rail plan

Original post made on Feb 17, 2012

A new analysis by the California High-Speed Rail Authority calling for a four-track rail system between the Bay Area and Central Valley has set off a fresh wave of criticism from Palo Alto and surrounding cities, with many calling the latest document a betrayal of the authority's earlier promises.

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Posted by Martin Luht
a resident of Rex Manor
on Feb 17, 2012 at 5:31 pm

The HSR Authority is an example of government at its worst. First they send out
a press release in favor of a blended 2-track system then they publish
a legal document supporting a 4-track, highly disruptive system.

Can you imagine Alma as a one-lane road? It needs to be widened not
Reduced!!

The 'Authority' needs to be closed down ASAP and no more
of our tax dollars should be wasted on this boondoggle.


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Posted by Lori
a resident of another community
on Feb 21, 2012 at 2:38 pm

Anyone know how I can find one of those "no HSR" petitions? I'm ready to sign something that can begin the process of pulling the plug on this fiasco.


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