Tag: bullet train
Pandemic Has Not Locked Down California’s Bullet Train Spending

“California’s High-Speed Rail Is the Very Definition of a Boondoggle,” headlined a commentary by Adam B. Summers nearly one year ago. Plagued from the start by fanciful assumptions, the costs “quickly ballooned from $40 billion or $45 billion to $98.5 billion,” and Gov. Gavin Newsom said the project would “cost too much and take…
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A Broken Track for California’s Zombie Bullet Train

California’s costly high-speed bullet train boondoggle has officially entered a zombie-like state of existence, neither truly alive nor fully dead.

Bullet Train Bosses Rush to Cover Their Tracks

“Thousands of pages of public records were removed from the California High Speed Rail Authority website in June,” Katy Grimes of the California Globe reports.

California Farmers Waiting on a Train That Will Never Come

As monumental boondoggles go, it’s hard to top California’s bullet train.

Even in Reverse, California’s Bullet Train Rips Off Landowners and Taxpayers

It’s all about spending, expanding government, and ruling-class privilege.

Ding-Dong! California’s Bullet Train Is Almost Dead!

After racking up bills of over $77 billion, California’s new governor announced that the high-speed rail project will be dramatically scaled back.

Jerry Brown’s ATF

Governor Brown’s record leaves a dismal legacy.

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