California High Speed Rail

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Posted by YoHo1975 on Thursday, March 29, 2018 5:44 PM
That brief article makes an excellent point. And the current bottleneck in the system at normal speeds is really getting over Tehachapi/Tejon. The Coast line will still play a part in that network. I can imagine pushing down from the north to Salinas or if they ever get a commuter line running to Santa Cruz.

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