The future of the California High-Speed Rail Authority project is uncertain and some rail industry leaders and government officials are at odds following the May 16 announcement that the Federal Railroad Administration
California High-Speed Rail Authority
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CAHSR) has taken a step forward in its work on the Central Valley Wye portion of the Merced-to-Fresno section of the system with its release of a
California sold $600 million in bonds to fund the California high-speed rail project on March 26, as part of a wider $843 million bond sale.
For all intents and purposes, California’s high-speed rail project is dead. At least that’s the consensus among several observers of the U.S. high-speed rail scene, which, sadly, appears to be based more
Gov. Gavin Newsom, citing budget pressures, says the state will not move forward with plans to connect Los Angeles to San Francisco by a high-speed rail link.
Michael Baker International, an engineering and design consultant, has hired two well-known veterans of the California high-speed rail scene to help build its business in the West. Thomas Post, P.E., will serve
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) has appointed Boris Lipkin as the Northern California regional director.