The nation’s first high-speed line is being built in California, and it will transform travel throughout the state. The project will serve as the backbone of an integrated network of trains and buses, giving California the best public transit system in the country.

In order for this to happen, California lawmakers have to fully commit to completing the project. That means releasing $4.2 billion in funds that voters already approved in a referendum. This funding will go towards completing the initial Central Valley segment, setting the stage for federal funds to get the mountain crossings underway and modernize commuter rail in Los Angeles.

Learn more about the project and how you can help make it a reality.

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Moline to Chicago Passenger Rail Update

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Moline's new railroad station is ready for trains.  Photo: Rick HarnishLocal Leaders Call for Federal Intervention over Delayed Agreements This Monday, elected officials provided an update on the long-planned Chicago to Moline passenger rail project. They announced...

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