World-Class Firms Express Interest in High-Speed Rail
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has received three dozen "Expressions of Interest" (EOI) in helping deliver our Initial Operating Segment (IOS). The responses include private sector and world-class firms ranging from financiers/investors, major infrastructure developers and international consortia, rolling stock and systems providers, operators and others.
A preliminary high-level overview of key themes and ideas from these responses will be shared to the Board of Directors on Tuesday, October 6th.
Over the next month, staff will hold one-on-one meetings with respondents to discuss their EOIs. The outcome of these discussions could lead to the Authority developing a procurement for the delivery of an IOS.
Click HERE to see the list of those who submitted an EOI.
- October 6, 2015 Authority Board of Directors Meeting Live Video
- October 6, 2015 Board Meeting Agenda
- October 6, 2015 Finance and Audit Committee Meeting Agenda
- Los Angeles to Anaheim Project Section Community Open House Meetings Flyer – Fall 2015
- U.S. Forest Service Seeking Comments on High-Speed Rail Geotechnical Investigations
- Bakersfield to Palmdale Project Section Community Open House Meetings Flyer – Fall 2015
- California High-Speed Rail Authority Enters into Station Planning Agreement with City of Bakersfield
- Photo Release: Cofferdams Installed at Fresno River Bridge
- Northern California Community Open House Meetings September – October 2015
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The California High-Speed Rail Authority is responsible for planning, designing, building and operation of the first high-speed rail system in the nation. California high-speed rail will connect the mega-regions of the state, contribute to economic development and a cleaner environment, create jobs and preserve agricultural and protected lands. The system will run from San Francisco to the Los Angeles basin in under three hours at speeds capable of over 220 miles per hour. The system will eventually extend to Sacramento and San Diego, totaling 800 miles with up to 24 stations. In addition, the Authority is working with regional partners to implement a state-wide rail modernization plan that will invest billions of dollars in local and regional rail lines to meet the state’s 21st century transportation needs.
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