High-Speed Rail

October 10, 2013 4:53 PM

Contractors asked to qualify for next California high-speed rail bids

Ground has yet to be broken in the central San Joaquin Valley on the first 29-mile stretch of California's proposed high-speed train system, but the state is already on the lookout for contractors to work on the second major section.

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