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The section of the project will connect the existing construction in the Central Valley to the Diridon station in San Jose.
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the California High Speed ​​Rail Authority completed the final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement and approved the 90-mile section of the project, San Jose to Merced, Northern California.

The developments signal the completion of environmental clearance for nearly 400 miles of the San Francisco Authority’s 500-mile Phase 1 alignment in Los Angeles/Anaheim, including a stretch between Merced and Palmdale, have CHSRA officials said in a news release. The section between Burbank and Los Angeles was cleared in January.

The section of the project will connect existing construction in the Central Valley to Diridon Station in San Jose, reducing travel time and improving mobility, authority officials said. The clearance also marks the first certification of a Project Section Environmental Document in the Northern California region and the first in the San Francisco Bay Area.

“Completing this critically important high-speed rail project helps the state expand economic opportunity and affordable housing, two critical goals for all of us,” said San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo.

The authority’s board of directors will consider certification of the final environmental document for the San Francisco-San-Jose section in the summer.

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