The train people keep talking about 16 round trips per day. This understates the issue.
It is 32 trips per day squeezed into a maximum 16-hour day, since the passenger trains won't run between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Most of the eight to 10 estimated freight trains will run during the day, so that's 21 in 16 hours.
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Well, we can safely assume Noelle Nikpour clearly does not know the district she wants to represent!! Issue: All Aboard Florida Domino, Mast, Freeman and Kozell said they oppose the high-speed passenger trains. Nikpour, who recently moved from Arkansas, said she supports the service because it will create jobs and will enhance tourism in Florida.
High-speed rail continues to be an expensive, sick joke for California. Under the current plan, it is no longer “high-speed” and projected costs, which seem to change almost daily, appear to be doubling. In the latest news, the nascent California high-speed rail system is running $50 million over bu...