Audit on High Speed Rail Requested as Costs Soar

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An artist's rendering of California High-Speed Rail.
An artist's rendering of California High-Speed Rail. (California High-Speed Rail)

The California High-Speed Rail Authority acknowledged last week that the costs of building 119 miles of high-speed rail along the route between Madera and Wasco rose by $2.8 billion. In addition to funding problems, the bullet train is also facing bipartisan pressure for a comprehensive review of the program. We'll get the latest news on the nation's biggest infrastructure project.


Dan Richard, chairman, California High-Speed Rail Authority Board