An artist’s rendering depicts a high-speed train running through a rural portion of the central San Joaquin Valley. As of mid-October, the California High-Speed Rail Authority reported this week, the agency had successfully acquired 344 of the 689 parcels it needs for its first construction section from Madera through the city of Fresno and made them available to the contractor for work. Of the 543 parcels needed in Construction Package 2, the authority has completed deals for 86.
An artist’s rendering depicts a high-speed train running through a rural portion of the central San Joaquin Valley. As of mid-October, the California High-Speed Rail Authority reported this week, the agency had successfully acquired 344 of the 689 parcels it needs for its first construction section from Madera through the city of Fresno and made them available to the contractor for work. Of the 543 parcels needed in Construction Package 2, the authority has completed deals for 86. California High-Speed Rail Authority Special to The Bee
An artist’s rendering depicts a high-speed train running through a rural portion of the central San Joaquin Valley. As of mid-October, the California High-Speed Rail Authority reported this week, the agency had successfully acquired 344 of the 689 parcels it needs for its first construction section from Madera through the city of Fresno and made them available to the contractor for work. Of the 543 parcels needed in Construction Package 2, the authority has completed deals for 86. California High-Speed Rail Authority Special to The Bee

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