Advocates want state to move forward with funding California's rail modernization project
"A lot of these projects last through multiple administrations. If advocacy groups can step up it really helps the project momentum.”
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The City of Brotherly Love built infrastructure for European-style regional rail almost 40 years ago ... but continues to run it as a 9-to-5 commuter service.
Well, if you can't beat 'em, expand 'em.
The legacy of exclusionary zoning is that it deprived certain communities the luxury of stability and wealth accumulation, which has left them more vulnerable to displacement as their neighborhoods become more attractive and accessible to wealthier outsiders.