The $68 billion California high-speed rail project officially broke ground Tuesday in Fresno, and track-laying will now begin in the region. The groundbreaking comes two years later than planned and amid incomplete funding for the project. We'll look at the current state of high-speed rail, and check in with its supporters and detractors.
California's Bullet Train Breaks Ground
Sasha Khokha, Central Valley bureau chief for KQED News
Quentin Kopp, retired superior court judge, member of the California High-Speed Rail Authority Board from August 2006-March 2011 and former chairman of the State Senate Transportation Committee
Jim Patterson, member of the California State Assembly representing the 23rd Assembly District
Dan Richard, chairman of the California High-Speed Rail Authority Board
Rod Diridon, executive director, Mineta Transportation Institute