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Cross Valley Corridor Plan Approved With Connection to Kings/Tulare High-Speed Rail Station

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DINUBA, Calif. – Today, the Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) Board voted to approve the Cross Valley Corridor Plan that will serve as a vision plan to improve transportation connections and guide future development of the Central San Joaquin Valley. The plan focuses on an existing rail corridor between the cities of Huron and Porterville, with direct and convenient access to the Kings/Tulare high-speed rail station. Read our news release to learn more about today’s decision.

Latest Developments

  • June Construction Update

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Major milestones and big advances mark the month of May for the High-Speed Rail project. In the past month, we celebrated creating 2,000 construction jobs in the Central Valley and you can read how the project has impacted the lives of some workers in this update. Plus, the Cedar Viaduct is our Featured Project as the work there is beginning to cross over State Route 99. Read more about that project and more in June Construction Update.

  • 2,000 Construction Jobs Created on the High-Speed Rail Project

    FRESNO, Calif. – Today, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) was joined by workers representing multiple local union halls to announce that more than 2,000 construction jobs have been created since the start of the high-speed rail project. Strong partnerships have been made with the State Building and Construction Trades Council, the Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board and many other groups to train and hire a skilled workforce to build the nation’s first high-speed rail system. Read more about this milestone in our News Release.

  • High-Speed Rail and Tree Fresno Begin Tree Planting Program at West Fresno Middle School

    FRESNO, Calif. – On Tuesday, May 29, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) and Tree Fresno began the first phase of tree planting at West Fresno Middle School. Nearly 200 trees were planted by volunteers and students. Read our news release to learn more about this tree planting event.

  • 2018 Business Plan Released

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    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California High-Speed Rail Authority has released its final 2018 Business Plan. The plan highlights how the Authority will continue an investment strategy that builds infrastructure, linked over time, to provide mobility, economic and environmental benefits to Californians and initiate high-speed rail service as soon as possible. Visit the 2018 Business Plan page to read the full report.

  • California Applies for NEPA Assignment

    Application For Nepa Assignment

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California has applied for the assignment of Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) environmental review responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act. This will enable more efficient environmental reviews and approvals required to advance the high-speed rail program. The FRA solicited public comment on the State’s application for 30 days. That public comment period closed on June 1, 2018. For information on reviewing the application package and comments submitted, visit the Application for NEPA Assignment page.

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