A rising No TAV in California. The proposed high speed train between Los Angeles and San Francisco do not like anymore. After the go-ahead in 2008, the impact on the environment and rising costs raises doubts in the majority of the population.

California voters are losing faith in a proposed $68-billion bullet train project, saying the state has higher priorities, they would seldom use the service and they would halt public borrowing for construction if they could, a USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times pollfound.