Bullet train open house set for Thursday

The California High-Speed Rail Authority announced Thursday it

The California High-Speed Rail Authority will host an open house
Thursday night in Gilroy to review the authority’s Supplemental
Alternatives Analysis Report, which identifies alternatives and
refinements of the proposed rail alignments in the Morgan
Hill-Gilroy, Pacheco Pass and San Joaquin Valley Crossing
sections.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority will host an open house Thursday night in Gilroy to review the authority’s Supplemental Alternatives Analysis Report, which identifies alternatives and refinements of the proposed rail alignments in the Morgan Hill-Gilroy, Pacheco Pass and San Joaquin Valley Crossing sections.

The open house will run from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Gilroy Senior Center, located at 7371 Hanna Street.

At the event, residents will be able to view proposed alignments that will be evaluated in the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report.

The California High-Speed Rail project is expected to cost more than $40 billion and connect cities with more than 800 miles of track from Sacramento to San Diego when it is completed by 2020, according to the CHSRA.

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