High-speed Rail's Lowered Cost Leaves California Lawmakers Skeptical

Five months ago, the Brown administration raised the proposed cost of California's high-speed rail project to nearly $100 billion. Now it's $68.4 billion because of major design changes in and around Los Angeles and the Bay Area in an 11th-hour bid to improve the project's chances of approval by the Legislature.
April 2, 2012

Five months ago, the Brown administration raised the proposed cost of California's high-speed rail project to nearly $100 billion. Now it's $68.4 billion because of major design changes in and around Los Angeles and the Bay Area in an 11th-hour bid to improve the project's chances of approval by the Legislature.

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