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At a Crossing: California High Speed Rail

Posted by Content Coordinator on Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

California is one of the largest states in the US. It’s resident to more than 38 million people and as time forges ahead, it will continue to get bigger. Transport in California is already strained and with a growing population, the state faces a crisis in the coming decades. 

How can this transportation crisis within California be addressed? And how does High Speed Rail fit into this large, complex, equation?

This documentary helps answers those questions and show how important High Speed Rail is to the future of California. 

Created for the Hillsdale High School 2012 – 2013 Senior Mastery Project, this one hour and twenty minute long documentary is the result of hours of research, revision, and development. Created for the sole purpose of promoting the concept and vision of High Speed Rail and what it will do for the public and people as a whole. 

I interview students, teachers, and industry professionals as they help paint the picture of what High Speed Rail is, how it applies to California, and how it address our growing demand for improved transportation.

This documentary would not have been possible for the teachers, friends, family and rail fan community that helped shape this documentary into what you see now.

Special thanks to those who provided HSR footage, please check out their channels!

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