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Fifty-four small Central Valley businesses are currently working on the high-speed rail project. In this video, you'll see two businesses that are hard at work on the project, and you'll meet a man who has gone from homeless to homeowner after finding a job made possible by high-speed rail's investment in small businesses.

To see some of the other small businesses the Authority is investing in visit the Faces of High-Speed Rail HERE.

Latest Developments

  • HEADLINE: Update on HSR Construction in the Central Valley

  • NEWS RELEASE: Contract Awarded for Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Services in Northern California

    FRESNO, Calif. – The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) Board of Directors today approved the awarding of a contract to conduct preliminary engineering and environmental services for the San Francisco to San Jose and San Jose to Merced project sections to HNTB Corporation (HNTB). The two project sections extend approximately 135 miles and will connect the Bay Area to the Central Valley. Read the full news release HERE.

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    Governor Brown Secretary - Brian P Kelly - CalSTA Chief Executive Officer - Jeff Morales - CHSRA

Statewide System Map

Click the map to see the proposed alignments for high-speed rail, a closer look at the project sections, and a detailed look at the proposed station sites.

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Use QuickMap to find information on how high-speed rail construction is impacting road travel in your area. You can also find real-time traffic information from across the state, including traffic congestion, lane closures, and chain controls.