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SF examiner- Alternative rail solutions
By Theodore Carl Soderberg   

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Alternative rail solutions

Japan, China and Europe have benefited greatly from high-speed rail, because densely populated areas want fast mobility. Although the idea sounds great for a U.S. application, how many people really want to travel quickly between L.A. and San Francisco?

If the big push is for jobs, what about having engineers figure out how an elevated train can cross San Francisco? It works great in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and many other cities. After all, aren’t people looking to get cars off the streets of San Francisco?



Read more at the San Francisco Examiner: http://www.sfexaminer.com/opinion/letters-editor/2012/02/san-francisco-should-expect-fallout-japan?category=1531#ixzz1lej8unKQ


 

Alternative rail solutions

Japan, China and Europe have benefited greatly from high-speed rail, because densely populated areas want fast mobility. Although the idea sounds great for a U.S. application, how many people really want to travel quickly between L.A. and San Francisco?

If the big push is for jobs, what about having engineers figure out how an elevated train can cross San Francisco? It works great in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and many other cities. After all, aren’t people looking to get cars off the streets of San Francisco?
 



Read more at the San Francisco Examiner: http://www.sfexaminer.com/opinion/letters-editor/2012/02/san-francisco-should-expect-fallout-japan?category=1531#ixzz1lej8unKQ



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