The Economist opposes high speed rail


The huge cost.

Hub cities and main stops will prosper at the expense of smaller cities and towns.

Most people won’t be able to afford the tickets.

In a true sign of the times, the Economist mentions several countries with HSR plans but not the bumbling, ever-delayed, always more expensive plans for the proposed Los Angeles to San Francisco line.

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