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May 22-24, San Francisco, CA: High Speed Rail Conference Update

Posted by Steve Anderson on Friday, May 18th, 2012

From US High Speed Rail Association:
Only 1 week to go!  New Speakers, Tours Announced, Agenda Updates…         

The conference is one week away!  Business and political leaders are coming together to bring high speed rail to California.  Meet them all at the conference; Get in on the billion dollar projects!  Be part of the action next week in beautiful downtown San Francisco – the birthplace of California high speed rail!

40 speakers, 3 days, 12 panels, 2 receptions, 3 tours, 150 people, 30 countries, $65 billion, 220mph.

Construction is about to get underway on the first phase of the proposed state-wide, 800-mile state-of-the-art transportation project that will revolutionize mobility in the state.

This new rail system will carry more than 100 million passengers each year once built out - saving time, money, energy, and lives day after day for many decades.

High speed rail is revolutionizing the rest of the world, and now its America’s turn. Be part of the excitement in San Francisco on May 22.

Register here: High Speed Rail Conference CA 2012

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