SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Private investors are starting to express interest in funding part of California's planned high-speed rail line, giving a boost to the $68 billion project, Sacramento Business Journal reported.
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Nine companies, mostly large construction, engineering and infrastructure firms that have worked on high-speed rail elsewhere, have written letters saying they are interested in financing part of what would be the state’s largest-ever infrastructure project, according to the report.
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