San Francisco to L.A.: High Speed Rail in California breaks ground...

Some interesting changes are finally starting to take place in Downtown San Francisco, not to mention California as a whole.  The High Speed Rail system will have a major, positive effect on the States economy without a doubt.  Check out the links below for details and several interesting video segments.  They ceremoniously broke ground just last week...kind of exciting.  L.A. to S.F. in approximately 2.5 hours!

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For Immediate Release: August 11, 2010
Historic Groundbreaking of First New High-Speed Rail Station in United States
Speaker Pelosi, Secretary LaHood, Mayor Newsom and Other Dignitaries Participate in Transbay Transit Center Ceremony
San Francisco, Calif. (August 11, 2010)—Today Federal, State and local officials joined together with the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) and their honored guests to officially break ground on the Transbay Transit Center –the northern terminus for the California High Speed Rail system and a multi-modal facility that will accommodate eleven transit operators and serve more than 45 million passengers a year.
“Today, in breaking ground on the Transbay Transit Center, we are opening a new chapter in that history of progress,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi said.    “We are coming together to create jobs and revitalize our economy, and we are laying the first building blocks of a new ‘Grand Central Station of the West.’”

Posted by David Ames, San Francisco (Zephyr Real Estate, San Francisco) over 7 years ago

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