Communications & Outreach

The California High-Speed Rail Authority’s Office of Communications serves as liaison between the high-speed rail program and the public. The Office provides information about high-speed rail through various avenues including public forums, the media, online and social media. The Office of Communications is also responsible for the distribution and display of printed and online materials and media. The Office of Communications is committed to meeting the Authority’s goals of informing, educating and engaging the public about the California high-speed rail program. It is a top priority for the Authority to have positive, productive and working relationships with the public, which helps support the Authority’s goals of openness, transparency and strong community partnerships.

I Will Ride

I Will Ride

A student education program at the California High-Speed Rail Authority

Speakers Bureau

Speakers Bureau

The California High-Speed Rail Authority Speaker’s Bureau aims to educate and inform the public about the California High-Speed Rail program (Program). The Speakers Bureau is made up of Program representatives and individuals that are available to speak to your group, organization, association or industry.

Newsroom

Newsroom

Contains news releases videos, photos, and more.

Faces of High-Speed Rail

Faces of High-Speed Rail

Meet people who are taking part in the high-speed rail program

4000 Workers

4000 Workers

The Authority recently announced our latest job creation milestone in the Central Valley where more than 4,000 workers have been dispatched to build high-speed rail in California.

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