NEWS RELEASE: California High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Progress Video and Improved Photo and Video Access
Jul 16 2019 | Sacramento
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Today, the California High-Speed Rail Authority released the newest construction video highlighting the progress the Authority continues to make along the first 119-miles of high-speed rail infrastructure in Central Valley.
This video and new animations of the high-speed train can be found in the new “Newsroom” section of hsr.ca.gov. The public and media can now easily access news releases and download current high-resolution photos, videos, logos and updates of the more than one-dozen construction sites underway in the Central Valley.
“Not everyone has the benefit of being on the ground and seeing the tremendous progress being made every day on this project,” said CEO Brian Kelly. “We hope this new section will be helpful for both the public and the media as we work to deliver the nation’s first true high-speed rail project.
This new section also features a “News Service” tab where videos and photos can be downloaded in bulk accompanied by explanations to better understand locations, work being done and the significance of the section. All content is free for public use by visiting: https://hsr.ca.gov/communication/news_room/
Faces of High-Speed Rail
The California High-Speed Rail Authority Speakers Bureau is managed by the Communications Office and provides informational presentations on the High-Speed Rail Program.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority makes every effort to ensure the website and its contents meet mandated ADA requirements as per the California State mandated Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA standard. If you are looking for a particular document not located on the California High-Speed Rail Authority website, you may make a request for the document under the Public Records Act through the Public Records Act page. If you have any questions about the website or its contents, please contact the Authority at email@example.com.