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The funding will come from nearly $10 billion that voters approved for a California high-speed rail project as part of Proposition 1A in 2008, then projected to cost $40 billion. Total estimated cost to completion is about $ 77  Billion. It's the biggest infrastructure project in state history...ever.

“I’m Here for the Bonds !”

Emergence of “Lee”

The high-speed rail board approved $3.2 billion in funding Tuesday for two segments: $2.6 billion for a 119-mile leg connecting Fresno to Madera and $600 million to electrify a 55-mile stretch of existing Caltrain tracks in the San Jose Peninsula that will eventually connect with high-speed rail.

High-speed rail funding...

Ghost Quest for Funds

 SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California has applied for the assignment of Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) environmental review responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act. This will enable more efficient environmental reviews and approvals required to advance the high-speed rail program. The FRA solicited public comment on the State’s application closed June 1, 2018.

High-Speed Rail Construction Acceleration

California High Speed Rail Authority

High-Speed Rail Newsroom

Sci Fi Drama “Railroader”

The Railroader is a ghost from the days of the Transcontinental Railroad who travels through decades of time to deliver cash, gold, and bonds to an anxious banker. Meanwhile, in Mountain View California, the Senate Budget Appropriations Committee discusses with the California High Speed Rail Authority on the new High Speed Rail design, time-line for construction, bond allocations, and future funding.  IMDb  

  • Additional funding secured with generous help from Barclays, Wells Fargo, CHASE, Citibank, US Bank, B of A and Star One Credit Union.
  • Studio filming hardware upgrades and equipment purchases for sound track and music compositions completed.

Railroader Movie News

SACRAMENTO, Calif. –A judge has tentatively rejected arguments by the opponents of California's high-speed rail project that the state is improperly spending voter-approved bond money. Judge Richard Sueyoshi in Sacramento County Superior Court issued his tentative ruling Thursday. The parties will appear in court Friday.The plaintiffs include Central Valley farmer John Tos and Quentin Kopp, the former head of the rail authority. Kopp supported the 2008 initiative authorizing about $10 billion in bonds for the project.

“Lee” the Railroader

California HSR

         Railroader “TimeWarp” Cell Phone Ringer  !  .

Railroader Time Warp Sound.mp3
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Official Railroader Poster

2018 Business Plan