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The Sacramento Bee
Will San Jose to Fresno bullet train become the Silicon Valley Express?California's Central Valley and Silicon Valley are less than three hours apart
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 hours ago
California's Central Valley and Silicon Valley are less than three hours apart by car, but the small towns and vast stretches of farmland along the middle of the state are a world away from $3,000-per-month studio apartments and jammed... Read more
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The Mercury News
Will San Jose to Fresno bullet train become the Silicon Valley Express?California’s Central Valley and Silicon Valley are less than three hours apart
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
California’s Central Valley and Silicon Valley are less than three hours apart by car, but the small towns and vast stretches of farmland along the middle of the state are a world away from $3,000-per-month studio apartments and jammed... Read more
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Lake County News
State Natural Resources Secretary Laird announces establishment of Climate-Safe Infrastructure Working GroupGraduate School; – Dr. Deb Niemeier, P.E, NAE, University of California, Davis
Lake County News / Posted 2 days ago
Graduate School; – Dr. Deb Niemeier, P.E, NAE, University of California, Davis; – James Deane AIA, CDT, LEED AP, PMP, California High Speed Rail Authority; Parsons Brinckerhoff; – John Andrew, P.E., California Department of Water... Read more
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The Mercury News
Why toll booths charge for going westbound, but not eastboundpage for more questions and answers about Bay Area roads, freeways and commutin
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
page for more questions and answers about Bay Area roads, freeways and commuting. Q: I’ve spotted some big cranes near Highway 152 over the Pacheco Pass. Could they be for widening 152? A: No. The California High-Speed Rail Authority is... Read more
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Breitbart
Hyperloop One May Have Just Killed California’s High-Speed RailHyperloop One may have just killed California’s high-speed rail project, after
Breitbart / Posted 10 days ago
Hyperloop One may have just killed California’s high-speed rail project, after the company’s 28-foot long aluminum and carbon-fiber production-scale pod hit its first milestone by traveling down a 1,640-foot near-zero-resistance vacuum tube... Read more
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