Platform Accessibility/ADA

Accessibility of high-speed rail platforms is being designed to meet and exceed current national standards for train stations. High-speed rail station and platform features will be designed to support disabled individuals. Visual and audio warning will give notice to passengers with different abilities. Amenities such as bathrooms and vending machines will be available in the stations away from the platform area.

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Illustration with a high-speed train crossing diagonally through the scene, a satellite, radar, and tower are communicating with the train; vehicles are parked at gates which are blocking the track as the train passes; an operator is monitoring conditions from computers.

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 info@hsr.ca.gov.