California and Southern Nevada Building Trades have committed to constructing America’s first true high-speed rail system connecting Las Vegas and Southern California, Brightline West.
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Brightline West have signed an MOU with the High-Speed Rail Labor Coalition prioritising skilled labour for the high-speed rail system.
Caltrans, Brightline West and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, have agreed to design and construct dedicated overcrossings to provide a sustainable and safe path for wildlife.
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Located at the south end of the famed Las Vegas Blvd., the 110-acre location will create a convenient hub for passengers to connect easily upon arrival in Las Vegas.
Michael Reininger, Brightline's CEO, has presented to a U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittee with several recommendations on the steps that Congress can take to unlock more private investment into high-speed rail.
The Brightline West project is expected to break ground on the first segment between Victor Valley and Las Vegas in late 2020 and commence revenue service in early 2024.