An elevated section of California’s high-speed rail project is shown under construction in Fresno last December. Some worry that the system, originally approved at a cost of $33 billion, may grow in cost by as much as $100 billion and could be outstripped by new technologies.
An elevated section of California’s high-speed rail project is shown under construction in Fresno last December. Some worry that the system, originally approved at a cost of $33 billion, may grow in cost by as much as $100 billion and could be outstripped by new technologies. Rich Pedroncelli AP file
An elevated section of California’s high-speed rail project is shown under construction in Fresno last December. Some worry that the system, originally approved at a cost of $33 billion, may grow in cost by as much as $100 billion and could be outstripped by new technologies. Rich Pedroncelli AP file