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High-speed railís potential 2020 turning point

(Source: Streetsblog San Francisco, July 14, 2020)

SAN FRANCISCO ó Workers are toiling away in the Central Valley on over 100 miles of bridges, viaducts, and creating right of way. Legally mandated environmental design reports are being released, laying out the details of how high-speed rail will connect from the Central Valley to San Jose, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. And progress is being made on a separate project that would allow high-speed trains to also run to Las Vegas, forming a California/Nevada HSR network.

Full story: Streetsblog San Francisco

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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