Topic : California high-speed rail

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Calif. HSR realigns proposed SoCal routes

Rail| March 16, 2016

Rail officials redrew its proposed routes for the Burbank-to-Palmdale section of the planned California bullet train, veering away from the communities of San Fernando and Sylmar.

Calif. high-speed rail lawsuit back in court

Rail| February 11, 2016

Attorneys for a group of Central Valley farmers will argue in Sacramento County Superior Court that the state can no longer assure Californians of the claims made in 2008.

Rail| February 3, 2016

Residents question 'fake' cemetery in path of proposed high-speed rail

Google Satellite Map images of the Acton, Calif. property from 2016 did not show any tombstones as of Monday, Feb. 1.

Rail| October 21, 2015

Siemens raises questions about Calif. HSR project funding

Specifically, the company questioned whether the project’s current funding stream — the state cap-and-trade program — is sustainable.

Rail| July 22, 2015

Jacobs Engineering wins California high-speed rail contract

Will be the lead designer for the Dragados-Flatiron Joint Venture for the design-build contract and is responsible for the infrastructure design. Officials estimate the construction value to be $1.2 billion.

Rail| July 7, 2015

Calif. legislators call for re-vote on high-speed rail

If approved by voters, any unspent HSR dollars would be redirected to repair and/or construct new state highways and local streets and roads. 

Rail| June 30, 2015

Parsons Brinckerhoff under contract to deliver Calif. high-speed rail

Will begin work on a seven-year, $700 million rail delivery partner contract awarded by the California High-Speed Rail Authority earlier this month.

Rail| May 13, 2015

5 contractor teams invited to bid on Calif. high-speed rail segment

The California High-Speed Rail Authority expects to issue its request for proposals from contractors in late May for a 22-mile stretch of the proposed bullet-train line in northern Kern County.

Rail| May 6, 2015

Report: U.S. high-speed rail can learn from Japan's early-warning earthquake system

JR East, a Japanese rail company, has developed systems to mitigate the damage to its facilities and personnel, including an early earthquake detection system, retrofitting existing facilities for seismic safety, developing more seismically resistant designs for new facilities, and holding earthquake response training and exercises for company staff.

Rail| January 7, 2015

Calif. high-speed rail project breaks ground

Marking significant progress toward modernizing California’s transportation infrastructure, the California High-Speed Rail Authority joined hundreds of supporters and government, student, community, transportation, business and labor leaders on Tuesday to break ground on the nation’s first high-speed rail system.

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