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July Construction Update

Hard work is paying off at the high-speed rail project sites in the Central Valley. Since the start of construction more than a year ago, the project now has seven active sites with more to come this fall. In this month’s construction update we showcase multiple images that highlight the progress we are making to build high-speed rail. For more information on the projects visit BuildHSR.com.



Latest Developments



    Six Months of Construction, Change and Progress for California High-Speed Rail – It's Happening!

    A lot can happen in six months. In this new video see just how much the California High-Speed Rail Authority has achieved in construction, litigation, outreach, and the major changes made in the 2016 Business Plan, which outlines the path forward for Silicon Valley to Central Valley service. When people see just how much has changed since January, they will know "High-speed rail – it's happening!"

  • News Release: High-Speed Rail Work on State Route 180 will Impact Traffic in Fresno

    FRESNO, Calif. – Traffic will be impacted on State Route 180 (SR 180) near downtown Fresno beginning in July as significant work on the Fresno Trench and the 180 passageway begins. This work is part of a project to construct a more than two-mile long, 40-foot deep trench that will allow high-speed trains to pass under SR 180 and other existing structures. This is the first underground construction being done as part of the high-speed rail system. Read more about the project in our latest news release or watch how lane shifts will be carried out in the video above. To see a detailed animation of the SR-180 work visit BuildHSR.com

  • High-Speed Rail Authority and Energy Commission Team Up to Make California Greener

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Today, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) and the California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) announced that they have agreed to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will ensure that the high-speed rail program will help California meets its climate goals and become a greener state. Click here to read the full press release.


Public Outreach




Construction and Road Closure Alerts




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State Campaigns

Secretary of State - Register to Vote Home Page Save our H20 Home Page Flex Alert Home Page

    Governor Brown Secretary - Brian P Kelly - CalSTA Chief Executive Officer - Jeff Morales - CHSRA


High-Speed Rail: It's Happening

California High-Speed Rail: It's Happening. Check out our newest video that will be airing in DMV offices around the state. You can see more proof that "it's happening" right now at BuildHSR.com.




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Use QuickMap to find information on how high-speed rail construction is impacting road travel in your area. You can also find real-time traffic information from across the state, including traffic congestion, lane closures, and chain controls.