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 San Diego to Los Angeles Trains?

Answer About 120 miles separate the San Diego and Los Angeles, two large southern California cities. Making the trip by car takes about two hours and can take longer if a commuter makes the drive during p... Read More »
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Los Angeles Public Transpiration (mean trains busses ex?

"Transpiration" LOL. It transpires you don't know the difference between transpiration, transportation, and transit. It looks like the first two guys have gtiven you your answer, if you can be both... Read More »
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Is los angeles&san diego one continuous urban area?

The U.S. Census Bureau treats Los Angeles and San Diego as separate urban areas. The Census sometimes combines cities into a single area known as a Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area. However... Read More »
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Which city is closest to the Mexican border: Los Angeles, San Diego or San Francisco?

When it comes to distance between the California cities of San Diego, San Francisco and Los Angeles and the Mexican border, San Diego is closest. San Diego is less than 20 miles from the border-cro... Read More »
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Why do long trains take longer to stop than short trains?

It's all based on weight. We use a figure called tons per operative brake(tpob). The more T.P.O.B your train has the longer it takes to stop it. If you had a short heavy train and a long light trai... Read More »
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