New Times: ‘Small-town politicians’ trying to ruin All Aboard Florida’s high-speed rail


As the project stands now, the high-speed rail will use existing track. But along the Treasure Coast, folks aren’t having it. (Source: Broward/Palm Beach New Times)

The Broward/Palm Beach New Times blasts the Treasure Coast for opposing All Aboard Florida: “For these small-town city council members and county commissioners, it’s an easy political layup to bash a high-speed rail project that doesn’t even stop in your community. It’s become a whipping boy for the election season…

“South Floridians … your shot at having access to high-speed rail is being threatened by whether Treasure Coast pols thinks it’d be expedient to bash the project for a town council seat.”

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