What will Valley high-speed rail stations look like? Designer gets $35M to figure it out

Future riders of California’s planned high-speed rail system won’t be boarding the trains until the end of this decade. But planning is already underway for the first passenger stations for the initial operating route through the San Joaquin Valley.

The California High-Speed Rail Authority’s board unanimously awarded a $35.3 million, 30-month contract for preliminary site planning and design for stations in Fresno, Merced, Hanford and Bakersfield.

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