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Los Angeles, Calif. (CAHSR) High-speed rail station in Los Angeles will be located at L.A. Union Station (LAUS) in the downtown area with connections to local, regional and national transit services. In April 2020, the Authority (Authority) Board approved $423 million in Prop 1A funds for the first phasefeaturing “run through” tracks crossing over the US-101.
Anaheim, Calif. (AP) — The Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, better known as ARTIC, provides rail, bus, taxi and other services for daily commuters, visitors and leisure travelers. Lee climbs the stairs to catch a High Speed Rail that does not yet exist. He hits a financial obstacle and coins go a rolling. Are we there yet ? Hmmm...soon !
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
Anaheim, Calif. (AP) – The Los Angeles to Anaheim project section connects Los Angeles and Orange counties from Los Angeles Union Station (LAUS) to the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) using the existing Los Angeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo (LOSSAN) rail corridor. The LOSSAN Corridor is currently used by both passenger (Metrolink and Amtrak) and freight rail providers. Adding high-speed rail tracks enhances this shared urban rail corridor by improving safety and operations for rail and other users. The cost is expected to bee ~ $ 423 Millions, funded by California High Speed Rail Authority.
Mountain View, Calif. (AP) – The Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project (PCEP) involves the electrification of approximately 82km of track between the Fourth and King Street Station in San Francisco and the Tamien Caltrain Station in San Jose. The Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (PCJPB) is implementing the project. It owns and operates the Caltrain commuter rail service. Estimated to cost $1.9 Billions, the project is being funded through federal, state, regional and local funds.