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Auto Industry: Why Build a High-Speed Train Line Between Vancouver and Seattle, When You Could Have More Cars?

by Charles Mudede We are still dreaming of bullet trains. Charles Mudede In the middle of a recent post about the potential of a world-class tech corridor forming between Vancouver B.C. and Seattle, a corridor that would have as its foundation investments Microsoft is currently making in downtown Vancouver (and because these investments are mostly taking the form of office spaces, they are to the tech industry what relocating a factory to Mexico is to the car industry—to get my gist, read this), there is a brief discussion about linking the cities with a high-speed rail.
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