California passed a high-speed rail bond measure in 2008, but a new survey shows just 43 of voters now supporting it.
Amtrak and the California High Speed Rail Authority have partnered in the search for a U.S. standard for high speed rail train equipment.
A new proposed business plan for California’s high speed rail initiative looks to cut some $30 billion from proposed spending on the project, now said to have a $68.4 billion price tag.
California’s controversial high-speed rail project inches closer to laying track, picking a route and station alignment for its Merced to Fresno section.
Calling it a more realistic assessment, California’s High-Speed Rail Authority says the SF-to-LA system will cost $98.5 billion, not $43 billion.
Federal and state authorities have signed a agreements setting sustainability goals for a proposed high-speed rail system in California.
The Golden State’s high-speed rail system will start with a 65-mile segment that goes through Fresno but doesn’t connect with a major population center.