Burbank to Los Angeles
Update: Additional webcasts are being offered. Health and safety is our highest priority. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility in modifying the format of this week’s project update meetings. In addition to the Los Angeles meeting, the Burbank and Glendale meetings will now be webcasted. Only the Burbank meeting can still be attended in person. English presentation starts at 6:00 p.m.
Join Us Via Webcast: The virtual Open House starts at 5:30 p.m. The live webcast presentation starts at 6:00 p.m. To participate in the live webcast, go to: http://ustream.tv/channel/chsra.
Actualización: Se ofrecen transmisiones por internet en vivo (webcasts) adicionales. Las reuniones en Burbank y Glendale incluirán un webcast. La presentación en inglés comenzará a las 6:00 p.m.
Acompáñenos vía webcast: La reunión virtual se comenzará a las 5:30 p.m. La presentación en inglés comenzará a las 6:00 p.m. Para participar en la transmisión por internet en vivo, visite: http://ustream.tv/channel/chsra.
The following webcast project update meetings have been scheduled to reorient the community with the Burbank to Los Angeles Project Section:
Monday, March 9, 2020
Lunes 9 de marzo de 2020
5:30 - 7:30 PM
Buena Vista Branch Library
300 N Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91505
|Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Miércoles 11 de marzo de 2020
5:30 - 7:30 PM
|Thursday, March 12, 2020
Jueves 12 de marzo de 2020
5:30 - 7:30 PM
A second round of outreach will begin after the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement is released in May 2020.
The Burbank to Los Angeles project section connects two key multi-modal transportation hubs, the Hollywood Burbank Airport and Los Angeles Union Station (LAUS), providing an additional link between Downtown Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley and the State.
The approximately 14-mile project section proposes to utilize the existing railroad right-of-way to the greatest extent possible, adjacent to the Los Angeles River, through the cities of Burbank, Glendale and Los Angeles with proposed stations near the Hollywood Burbank Airport and at LAUS.
- Provides a link between Los Angeles and the statewide transportation network
- Eliminates wait times and improves safety with grade separations.
- Uses next-generation signaling technology (Positive Train Control, intrusion barriers and warning system, earthquake early warning, and more) to enhance performance while reducing pollution, noise, and congestion along the corridor.
- Provides the capacity for more convenient and easier-to-use passenger service and schedules.
The Southern California team for the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) achieved a significant milestone this spring with the issuance of the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (Draft EIR/EIS) for the Bakersfield to Palmdale Project Section on February 28, soon to be followed with the issuance of the Burbank to Los Angeles project section later this spring.
The Authority is committed to planning and building a premier high-speed rail system that will keep the traveling public and surrounding communities moving and safe. We are working to develop and deliver the program through effective engagements with local communities, a process that involves nourishing long-term relationships with residents, stakeholders and policymakers. The goal is to foster and encourage community engagement throughout the organization in all aspect of construction and operations.
In conducting outreach events, such as Open House and Community Working Group meetings, the Authority informs the public about all aspects of the program, including the presentation of specific project section plans and key milestones contributing to the first phase of the high-speed rail system.
For a listing of upcoming events and outreach opportunities in your area visit the Events page.
The State of California and the federal government both require a proposed infrastructure project to undergo an extensive assessment of the project's potential impacts on the environment - land, air, water, minerals, plants, animals and noise - and proposed actions to avoid or mitigate those impacts, if feasible.
Decisions regarding how and where to build the California high-speed rail system are made and justified by using detailed environmental studies and public comments on the potential environmental impacts of the proposed rail system and routes.
The materials listed under the Documents & Reports section below include studies and reports the Authority has produced to date, along with corresponding public comments received, during the environmental review process of the Burbank to Los Angeles project section.
- Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Proposition 1A Funding Commitment to the LINK US Station Project
The following documents are available for review upon request. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Burbank to Los Angeles Project Section Supplemental Alternatives Analysis
- Burbank to Los Angeles Project Section Scoping Report
- Burbank to Los Angeles Project Section Notice of Intent/Notice of Preparation
- Project Sections & Stations of the Project Sections & Stations interactive map
- Construction Activities of the Construction Activities interactive map
- Economic Impacts of the Economic Impacts interactive map
- California Traditional Tribal Territories of the California Traditional Tribal Territories interactive map