Federal Funds Pulled from High-Speed Rail Project that Got Off-Track

DOT Pulls Plug on High-Speed Train, a $929 million project

The Department of Transportation announced that is it pulling the plug on a $929 million-dollar project in California. A high-speed rail aimed to connect Los Angeles to San Francisco was canceled due to price and the time commitment involved. The Federal agency claims that the State of California didn’t show signs of reasonable progress and will seeking to retrieve around $2 million that has already been disbursed for construction of the rail system.

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