Edward Glaser

Ever since its inclusion in the American Recovery and Reinvestment (stimulus) Act, the $8 billion in funding for high speed rail (HSR) has enchanted the American public. Stories abound detailing the potential for new corridors, what it may do to our metropolitan areas, and whether we need the investment at all. Recently Edward Glaeser has been conducting a hypothetical cost-benefit analysis of these projects in the New York Times.

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