Calif. high-speed rail group releases online survey

Posted on March 24, 2010

The California High-Speed Rail Authority launched an online survey asking people to suggest changes to its Website to make it easier for the public to find and receive information about the state's progress toward completing the nation's first high-speed rail network.

The survey, available here through May 31, 2010, asks for feedback on the authority's current Website, gauges people's familiarity with the high-speed train project and gives them the chance to express a preference about how they would like to receive news about the project.

"The Internet is an interactive tool, so we think the best way to start improving our Web site is to begin a conversation with the people using our site and those who are looking for more information about California's historic high-speed train project," said Deputy Director Jeff Barker.


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