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The KetchUp: California High Speed Rail Moving Along

Last Wednesday California received federal permission to begin construction on the first segment of Americas First High Speed Rail, from Fresno to Merced.  The White House also is suppose to be expediting permits for rest of the route through Central Valley which ultimately connect San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego along one long high speed rail line.  “As part of the “We Can’t Wait” program created by presidential order in March, President Obama will announce the speedup of the permit and review process for the 114-mile Madera-to-Bakersfield segment of the high-speed rail system,” printed by SFGate.  The High Speed Rail Authority has plans to begin construction on the first segment of the SanFran to LA route nest year.  The approval given by the White House to allows us to start constructions allow to buy property for the railroad and to actually begin construction, so this is actually happening.

High Speed Rail On The Move Thru Cali

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This entry was posted on September 23, 2012 by in Metro, South LA, The Catch Up and tagged , , , , , .
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