The company planning to build a high-speed train system linking Las Vegas and Southern California says the rail project would attract 11-million round-trip riders by full buildout in 2035. KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.
Eight years after California voters approved bonds for a high speed rail train, the project is seeking to tap those funds. The High Speed Rail Authority authorized the first use of Proposition 1-A bonds yesterday (Tuesday). As Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports, the money comes with lots of strings and has prompted a new lawsuit.
The California High Speed Rail Authority has changed its plans for the first route the train will operate. In a new draft plan announced yesterday (Thursday), the Authority would build the northern section of the rail line first. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
The California High Speed Rail Authority is again defending its estimates of the project's $68 billion cost... this time to lawmakers. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports on an oversight hearing at the Capitol yesterday (Wednesday).