An estimated $100 million will be allocated for rail projects in California as part of a $333 million funding program to develop the state's transportation network. Among the 91 projects are the Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority's grade separation plan involving BNSF and Union Pacific's tracks. "Investing in our transportation infrastructure creates a better future for all Californians," said Malcolm Dougherty, state transportation department director.
Calif.'s $333M transport funding budget includes rail projects
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