Calif.'s $68B high-speed rail project takes key step forward

Environmental impact studies of the initial route of California's high-speed train between Merced and Fresno were approved by the California High-Speed Rail Authority. The approval is a key step to allow the authority to file for government permits and select contractors. "Today we reached a major milestone toward making high-speed rail a reality," said CHSRA Chairman Dan Richard.

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