Rural folks have fought the bullet train and now they’re being joined by more urban interests as a coalition of community residents and officials are protesting the high-speed train’s planned route through the heart of San Fernando Valley, the Los Angeles Times reports. The San Fernando mayor says the route, which would cut through that town’s downtown, could bankrupt the city. The coalition wants the route to go underground.
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