3/15/2012

A $1 billion budget for rail upgrades along local rail lines in southern California is moving closer to the hands of the region's transportation agencies. The funds would come from the state's high-speed rail money. "This would be very, very important in accelerating investments in that region that not only can improve transportation systems today, but lay the foundation for laying high speed rail tomorrow," said California High-Speed Rail Authority Chairman Dan Richard.

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