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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Rafael García
Atlanta's mayor is defending his use of emergency lanes at the height of Tuesday's icy traffic jam so he could do an interview at The Weather Channel's studios.
The rickety buses careen down Lima's dusty avenues, steel hulks rattling.
"I think it's adding insult to a bad situation," Garcia told the Atlanta paper. "The more I thought about this, the more upset I get in every respect."
"I'd say the city is in serious collapse, given the quantity of vehicles, their age and the notorious absence of operating rules," says city councilman Rafael Garcia, a reform advocate.