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Cruisin’ Cali Via Public Transport

Forget the rental car. If you’re looking to transverse California, check out this comprehensive public transport map on how to get from city to city without getting behind the wheel of a car.

California circa 1880 via Shutterstock

The California Rail Map shows more then 500 destinations, all reachable on the train or connecting by bus or ferry. And one of these days — so long as the money holds out — high speed rail will be available from San Francisco to Sacramento to Los Angeles. Let’s hope that Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is on the money about US efforts to move forward with high-speed rail funding in other states.

Source: Planetizen

 
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