7/9/2010

The California High-Speed Rail Authority publicly defended its ridership projections for the state's proposed 800-mile high-speed railway. A study by the University of California, Berkeley, challenged the ridership estimates, saying they were too unreliable to judge whether the system will turn a profit or run in the red. Authority officials have said that the projections will be refined as more decisions are made about routing and stations.

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