A Train to Nowhere, Not a Train Through Nowhere

In expressing its opposition to the California High Speed Rail line, Washington Post editorialists noted that critics of the now approved Borden to Corcoran segment have called the line a "train to nowhere" ("Hitting the breaks on California’s high speed rail experiment"). The Post call this:

…a bit unfair, since some of the towns along the way have expensively redeveloped downtowns that may now suffer from the frequent noise and vibration of trains roaring through them.

What the Post missed, however, is that a "train to nowhere" is not a "train through nowhere."

More at: http://www.newgeography.com/content/001987-a-train-nowhere-not-a-train-through-nowhere


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