California high-speed rail agency issues final environmental report for Fresno-Bakersfield route
(Source: Fresno Bee, April 18, 2014)
FRESNO, Calif. -- A final version of an environmental report has been issued for the Fresno-Bakersfield stretch of California's proposed high-speed rail system. The 20,000-page report, released Friday afternoon by the California High-Speed Rail Authority, details the anticipated effects that construction of the rail line and operation of the bullet train would have on homes, businesses, farmland and wildlife habitat on the 114-mile route from downtown Fresno to downtown Bakersfield.
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Monday, April 21, 2014
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