Copies of the new proposed business plan for the California High-Speed Authority are seen at a information hearing on the bullet train, at the Capitol in Sacramento on March 28. Lawmakers questioned rail authority officials about the new plan that calls for overhauling the proposed route and postponing the first service by three years, pushing Merced’s stop back seven years.
Copies of the new proposed business plan for the California High-Speed Authority are seen at a information hearing on the bullet train, at the Capitol in Sacramento on March 28. Lawmakers questioned rail authority officials about the new plan that calls for overhauling the proposed route and postponing the first service by three years, pushing Merced’s stop back seven years. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
Copies of the new proposed business plan for the California High-Speed Authority are seen at a information hearing on the bullet train, at the Capitol in Sacramento on March 28. Lawmakers questioned rail authority officials about the new plan that calls for overhauling the proposed route and postponing the first service by three years, pushing Merced’s stop back seven years. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

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