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California high-speed rail: Getting on Track. Silicon Valley Leadership Group Transportation Committee January 9 , 2013. STATEWIDE HIGH-SPEED RAIL. Phase I Blended - San Francisco to Los Angeles Union Station and Anaheim – 520 miles. Phase II - extensions to

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california high speed rail getting on track

California high-speed rail:Getting on Track

Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Transportation Committee

January 9, 2013

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STATEWIDE HIGH-SPEED RAIL

Phase I Blended - San Francisco to Los Angeles Union Station and Anaheim – 520 miles

  • Phase II - extensions to
  • Sacramento and San Diego – 800 miles
revised 2012 business plan
REVISED 2012 BUSINESS PLAN
  • Rail improvements and

benefits occur sooner

  • Improves statewide mobility
  • Blended System greatly reduces costs of overall project
early investments
Early investments
  • California Transportation

Commission has released funding

  • Caltrain Electrification Environmental Clearance
  • Improves operations and

increases ridership

  • Lays ground work for

HSR connection

statewide modernization plan
Statewide modernization plan
  • $12 billion in improvements to

existing regional rail systems

  • BART
  • San Francisco Muni
  • Caltrain
  • North County Transit
  • Amtrak
  • LA Metro
  • Metrolink
  • San Diego MTS
  • Altamont Commuter Express
  • Santa Clara Valley Transit
  • Sacramento Regional Transit
  • Peninsula Corridor Joint
  • Powers Board
funding
funding
  • $6 billion approved by legislature for first segment of IOS
    • $3.3 billion federal
    • $2.7 billion Prop. 1A
    • $819 million Prop 1A for State Rail Modernization
    • $1.1billion for Early Investments
    • New funding identified before additional construction
    • Ridership and revenue will facilitate private investment
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Northern california funding

  • $1 billion for Northern

California transit projects

  • Caltrain - $706 million - electrify system and connect with HSR
  • BART - $145 million - lengthen track at Millbrae Station and new trains
  • San Francisco Muni - $61 million – new light rail line Downtown to Chinatown
  • Altamont Commuter Express - $11 million – extend
  • platform for Amtrak access and add new
  • track to maintenance facility
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Northern california funding

  • CapitolCorridor – $47 million – Oakland

to San Jose track improvements

  • Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers –

Caltrain – $41 million – Positive

Train Control and Advanced

Signal System

  • Santa Clara Valley TA - Caltrain –

$26 million – Advanced Signal System

  • Sacramento RT – $ 25 million - Relocate existing light rail track, platform to connect to new

Intermodal Facility and future HSR

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Initial Operating

Section

  • Central Valley to San Fernando Valley begins with Madera to Bakersfield -130 Miles
  • Five construction packages
  • Four design-build contracts for final design
  • Fifth design-build contract - Laying HSR trackway (rail)

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high speed rail construction
High-speed rail construction
  • Construction Package #1
  • Madera to Fresno –
  • 30 miles
  • Five Design-Build
  • teams bidding
  • RFP deadline
  • extended to
  • January 2013
  • Contract award
  • expected June 2013

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Jobs

Central Valley - 20,000 jobs annually for five years

Phase 1 Blended - Average 66,000 jobs annually for 15 years

Phase 1 Blended – 2,900 permanent operations jobs

small business goals
Small business goals
  • 30 percent overall Small Business (SB)

participation goal

- 10 percent Disadvantaged

Business Enterprises (DBE)

participation goal

- 3 percent Disabled Veteran

Business Enterprises (DVBE)

participation goal

  • Authority will have oversight

and accountability

what s next
What’s next?
  • Complete permit and review process for Fresno to Bakersfield segment in 2013
  • Choose design-build team and start construction on Madera to Fresno by Summer 2013

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california high speed rail authority
California high-speed rail authority

CONTACT INFORMATION:

ADDRESS:

770 L Street, Suite 800

Sacramento, CA 95814

PHONE: 916-324-1541

EMAIL: info@hsr.ca.gov

Ben Tripousis

408-477-5631

btripousis@hsr.ca.gov

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California high-speed rail:Getting on Track

Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Transportation Committee

January 9, 2013