Topic : California high-speed rail

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METRO Briefs

Bus| September 23, 2009
D.C. Metro partners with suicide prevention groups. Weekend riders drive Valley Metro ridership. San Francisco HSR station spot still undecided.

Caltrans seeks ARRA funds for HSR projects

Rail| August 27, 2009
The statewide application included a $340 million request to advance 18 intercity rail projects in Southern California that would connect to high-speed rail, including six projects in Orange County totaling $152 million.
Rail| August 11, 2009

OCTA backs Caltrans request for $3.4B HSR funding

The Anaheim to Los Angeles segment of the California high-speed rail project is one of 11 federally designated high-speed rail corridors in the nation. Environmental work on the 27-mile segment is on track to be completed next year.
Rail| July 23, 2009

L.A. Metro joins Calif. high-speed rail coalition

Will partner to establish high-speed train service in the Los Angeles Corridor, utilizing Metro-owned facilities and rights-of-way.
Rail| May 8, 2009

Calif. high-speed rail board approves ARRA proposal

Gave go-ahead for list of shovel-ready construction projects likely to qualify for $8 billion in federal stimulus funding.
Rail| April 3, 2009

Caltrain, Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority partner

Will engage as partners in planning, design and construction of improvements along the Caltrain corridor, serving both the near-term and long-term needs of high-speed rail and Caltrain.
Rail| March 17, 2009

AECOM awarded Calif. high-speed rail contracts

Together, the Altamont Corridor and the Caltrain Corridor projects are worth more than $70 million.

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