Northwestern University Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor James Hambleton is skeptical of Mayor Emanuel’s plan for a high-speed rail

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Northwestern University Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor James Hambleton explains why he is skeptical of a high-speed tunnel between the Loop and O’Hare, designed by Elon Musk’s Boring Company. Some math may be used in this segment.

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