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High-Speed Rail's New Draft Business Plan

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The California High-Speed Rail Authority is required to prepare, publish, adopt and submit a business plan to the state legislature every two years. These plans provide updates and outlines for California’s eagerly anticipated new rail project, including milestones, forecasts and funding sources. Come learn about the 2020 updated business plan and the progress that’s been made since 2018 toward achieving the vision of fast rail service throughout California.

+ Meg Cederoth / California High-Speed Rail Authority
+ Boris Lipkin / California High-Speed Rail Authority
+ Morgan Galli / WSP

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