California communities raise doubts about bullet train

Some California communities are growing wary of the state's high-speed rail plans. In San Mateo, the bullet train would run over rails elevated three stories high and 80 feet wide, and residents are nervous about their properties. In Palo Alto, the City Council has voiced its disapproval of a proposed high-speed rail station, but council members are trying to gauge the public opinion.

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