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January 15, 2014

Lawmaker proposes ending bond sales for Calif. HSR

California Assemblyman Jeff Gorell proposed a measure that would ask voters, who previously approved nearly $10 billion in state bonds to help fund the project’s construction, to reject further bond sales for high-speed rail.


September 17, 2012

Chicago RTA proposes transit improvement plan

The $2.5 billion initiative calls for issuing a series of bonds over the next five years, averaging about $500 million in capital improvement dollars each year. While each agency would be able to prioritize the projects to fund, the RTA has an existing list of backlogged projects it will reference before approving expenditures.


January 4, 2012

Report: Calif. high-speed rail should not be funded

Peer advisory group said legislature should refuse to authorize $2.7 billion in bond spending, expressing concerns over inadequate future funding and the lack of a final business plan.


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