San Francisco + San José + Oakland

What's Next for High-Speed Rail in California?


Image of tracks under construction
Photo by Flickr user urbanists

High-speed rail is one of the most eagerly anticipated infrastructure projects that California has seen in generations. Every two years, the California High-Speed Rail Authority submits a business plan to the state legislature. This February, they issued a Revised Draft 2020 Business Plan, adjusting for impacts from COVID-19. Come hear updates on the significant progress that has been made, including the construction currently underway in the Central Valley, the plans moving forward to connect to the Bay Area and Southern California, renewed partnership with the federal government and what’s next for this massive undertaking.

+ Boris Lipkin / California High-Speed Rail Authority


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