ALAMEDA, Calif. – California Treasurer Bill Lockyer raised eyebrows this week by questioning the viability of some segments of the state’s proposed high-speed passenger train system.

Investment bankers don’t view the main Los Angeles-to-San Francisco trunk of the proposed system as financially viable, Lockyer said during an interview with the San Diego Union-Tribune’s editorial board.

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