MegaBoondoggle!
The Most Expensive Train Station in the US
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  • LarryD

    Hey, a lot of the regulations are intended to oppose develpment, so they are working as designed. This is what the urban elits want, so let their cities rot.

  • Whitehall

    Look, earlier infrastructure projects had their problems too. Remember Credit Mobilier? For that great shovel-ready project of the 19th century, the transcontinental railroad, was controlled by a man whose main business interest was as the country’s largest manufacturer of shovels.

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