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California High-Speed Rail Program Highlights Major Accomplishments of 2018

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) experienced changes, challenges and made significant progress on the nation’s first high-speed rail program in 2018. Starting with the appointment and new direction provided by Chief Executive Officer Brian P. Kelly in early 2018, the Authority demonstrated it’s committed to advancing the high-speed rail program by reaching several important milestones in the areas of construction in the Central Valley, as well as environmental reviews and local and regional partnerships in Northern and Southern California.

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  • December Construction Update

    As we come to the close of 2018, the high-speed speed rail project continues to make significant progress. There are now just under 2,500 construction workers helping to build the nation's largest infrastructure project. Meantime, construction on the San Joaquin River Viaduct now spans across the river, while work on the Cedar Viaduct is coming closer to crossing State Route 99 in Fresno. Check out the latest construction update to read about the progress and see new pictures from the work sites.

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