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Next, let’s level about high speed rail.  I have nothing but respect for Governor Brown’s and Governor Schwarzenegger’s ambitious vision. I share it. And there’s no doubt that our state’s economy and quality of life depend on improving transportation.

But let’s be real. The project, as currently planned, would cost too much and take too long. There’s been too little oversight and not enough transparency.

Right now, there simply isn’t a path to get from Sacramento to San Diego, let alone from San Francisco to L.A. I wish there were.

However, we do have the capacity to complete a high-speed rail link between Merced and Bakersfield.

I know that some critics will say this is a “train to nowhere.”  But that’s wrong and offensive. The people of the Central Valley endure the worst air pollution in America as well as some of the longest commutes. And they have suffered too many years of neglect from policymakers here in Sacramento. They deserve better.

High Speed Rail is much more than a train project.  It’s about economic transformation and unlocking the enormous potential of the Valley.

We can align our economic and workforce development strategies, anchored by High Speed Rail, and pair them with tools like opportunity zones, to form the backbone of a reinvigorated Central Valley economy.

Merced, Fresno, Bakersfield, and communities in between are more dynamic than many realize.

The Valley may be known around the world for agriculture, but there is another story ready to be told. A story of a region hungry for investment, a workforce eager for more training and good jobs, Californians who deserve a fair share of our state’s prosperity.

Look, we will continue our regional projects north and south. We’ll finish Phase 1 environmental work. We’ll connect the revitalized Central Valley to other parts of the state, and continue to push for more federal funding and private dollars. But let’s just get something done.

For those who want to walk away from this whole endeavor, I offer you this:

Abandoning high speed rail entirely means we will have wasted billions of dollars with nothing but broken promises and lawsuits to show for it.

And by the way, I am not interested in sending $3.5 billion in federal funding that was allocated to this project back to Donald Trump.

Nor am I interested in repeating the same old mistakes.

Today I am ordering new transparency measures.

We’re going to hold contractors and consultants accountable to explain how taxpayer dollars are spent – including change orders, cost overruns, even travel expenses. It’s going online, for everybody to see.

You’re also going to see some governance changes, starting with my pick for the next chair of the High Speed Rail Authority, Lenny Mendonca, my Economic Development Director. Because, at the end of the day, transportation and economic development must go hand in hand.


Read latest articles/press releases/letters

Biz Journal 04-05-19 Bullet train CEO has new plan

03-28-19 William Eick letter to FRA in support of termination agreement

03-25-19 California Legislative Analyst Report Update

03-20-2019 Feinstein letter to Sec’y Chao in support of keeping FRA grant funding

03-07-2019 Representative McCarthy Introduces Legislation to repurpose high speed rail funding to water projects

03-04-2019 CHSRA letter to FRA Batory in response to termination

03-04-2019 CHSRA letter to FRA Rennert in response to termination

Los Angeles Times 03-03-19:  Newsom’s shorter bullet train plan likely to run out of money

Los Angeles Times 02-21-2019: Why the feds are right to question California’s bullet train

Los Angeles Times 02-21-2019:  Will California’s bullet train be derailed by a waffling governor

02-19-2019: Batory Letter (FRA) to Kelly re CAHSR Termination

Los Angeles Times 02-15-2019: California Governor, Trump spar over bullet train money

Los Angeles Times 02-13-2019: Pumping the breaks on bullet train

Los Angeles Times 02-12-2019: Newsom’s bullet train honesty a welcome change from Brown

Los Angeles Times 11-29-18:  State legislator calls for resignation of bullet train chairman

Silicon Valley Business Journal 11-29-18:  Assembly transportation chair wants resignation of high-speed rail chief after scathing audit report

Los Angeles Times 11-15-18:  State audit blames bullet train mismanagement for delays and price hikes

Fox Business 10-25-18: California’s $77 billion bullet train will be one of the state’s great embarrassments: Larry Ellison

Watch CHSRA Board Meeting held in Burbank on November 15, 2018

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Latest Support From Our Elected Officials

Senator Robert Hertzberg Letter dated October 9, 2018

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“…After careful deliberation and listening to the concerns raised by my constituents in the San Fernando Valley, I write to express my opposition to the construction of any at- or above-ground route regarding the Palmdale to Burbank project section of High-Speed Rail…”

Click on image to read.  Click here to download pdf.

LA City Council Resolution dated October 9, 2018 Authored by Councilmember Nury Martinez (CD 6)

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Click on image to read.  Click here to download pdf.


SEPTEMBER 19, 2018

With the announcement by the California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) of SR14 as the Preferred

Alternative, reducing the threat posed to people along the E1 and E2 routes, some people in the NE San

Fernando Valley and north LA County are exuberant that the threat has lessened, some remain

devastated and face a worsening threat, and some are relieved to have information while still feeling

threatened either for themselves, their friends, their neighbors, their animals and wildlife, or their

environment and open space.

This imperfect announcement matches its imperfect timing, its imperfect result, its imperfect intent, and

its imperfect agency. Rather than clearing the decks by abandoning all three flawed alternatives and

heading back to the drawing board as we’ve strongly recommended, CHSRA believes they’ve chosen the

alternative that is the “best candidate” or “strikes the best balance.” That’s their cold, detached

perspective or, as they say, “the science” behind their decision. Their statement could have gone much

further to state that they actually heard our voices, understood our fears, considered our losses, and took

action to work with us or to protect us. Fact is, we’ve not heard from them since early 2016, and their

silence speaks volumes.

Our perspective is that CHSRA settled, in some respects, on the lesser of several poorly planned evils, and

that it should be a crime that anyone remains threatened by a project so poorly conceived, poorly

managed, over-budget and politicized that it likely will never materialize.

We have always and will continue to fight the good fight; we could never sell out or compromise as we

are the long-time, invested stakeholders and must fight to protect our communities. We extend our

concern, love and ongoing support to all who remain most directly in the cross hairs of this project along

SR14, within the Burbank to Palmdale Project Section, and beyond, wherever they reside and work.

The most important outcome of this announcement is this: our communities are working together and

realize we must remain strong at the grassroots level. Effective leadership from most of our elected

officials never materialized over four brutal years. We thank those elected officials that did communicate

with us and those that did help us. But, this process served as a window into the souls of many of our

elected officials…at least those that have one.

The City of Los Angeles, in particular, from the mayor’s office, to the City Council leadership, to the council

representatives in the most impacted communities were given every chance to support us, to fight for us

and to represent us. They failed us and, by their delay, petty politics and lack of communication, fought

against us. A draft Motion (File16-1068) calling for the City’s opposition to all of the routes has languished

in the Council for so long, since October 2016, that it actually expires on Friday of this week. While we’ve

tried exhaustively to have that Motion resurrected and amended to reflect the will of the City’s residents,

it remains in limbo and, unless action is taken in the next 48 hours, will serve as a memorial to the failed

City leadership.

We, the northeast San Fernando Valley and north LA County, are stronger for this process. Stronger for

fighting. Stronger for pursuing the truth and the facts. Stronger for working together. Stronger for our

patience and our fairness in dealing honorably with CHSRA and our elected officials. As stated earlier, we

fought and will continue to fight the good fight.

SAFE Coalition


Dear Friends and Neighbors:
Well, the California High Speed Train Authority is doing what it does best – ignoring and disrespecting our residents, businesses, community leaders and elected officials. They are proceeding to prematurely announce their “Preferred Alternative” among the SR14, E1 and E2 routes. This after promising us and our elected officials that they would hold a board meeting in the NE San Fernando Valley before this big step. They were afraid to face us and they were afraid we would make such a compelling statement at such a meeting that there would be a mandate to remove each of the existing routes. That would add time and money to their plans, thus, they reneged on their promises and they are forcing this matter forward with zero public input since March 2016. They did not tell the truth and they did not honor their clearly stated commitment at a downtown LA Board meeting held in April of this year. This is a highly flawed communications decision.
The reasons for this move by CHSRA are many. One is for them to move as far along as possible before Governor Brown leaves office. Another is they really don’t want to know what we think and never did, so it’s the quickest way for them to move along. Another is some of our elected officials did not push hard enough and support our communities strongly enough in demanding removal of all the existing route proposals. Another is time is money and they need to cut corners to save money. Another important reason is they did not heed our requests to develop a suitable alternative, one we could all embrace, thus, they are going to force a decision on the lesser of two evils. There are other reasons, none of which relate to good outreach and communications standards.
So, before anyone celebrates one way or the other based on which Preferred Alternative is announced, remember these important points:
  • They have major financial and management issues, so the threat will remain whatever decision they make. While it appears they will fill overall, it will take a lot more time and stress on our Valley before that occurs.
  • They failed to present a suitable alternative to our communities in over four years despite thousands and thousands of community voices speaking out.
  • Their choice could change for financial, environmental or technical reasons at any time in the next few decades.The non-Preferred Alternative is NOT removed or eliminated; it remains under study and remains a threat.
  • The project will devastate whichever communities are closest to the preferred alternative. That means neighbors are going to be hurt one way or the other.
  • The NE San Fernando Valley, overall, will a major net loser during both construction and operations phases – we will experience little to no benefits economically, transportation-wise or environmentally. We will have more noise, dirtier air, visual blight, security risks, traffic congestion, risk to wildlife, risk to equestrian and trail pursuits, eminent domain of hundreds of homes and businesses, and much more
  • Any choice they make leaves our Angeles National Forest exposed to tunneling and other major construction and operational impacts. The only routes left damage the Forest greatly. There is no fully tunneled alternative and there is no non-Forest alternative.
  • The choices they have left are very, very expensive,  environmentally risky and damaging, and will take decades to implement, so the threat does not go away.
  • Your tax dollars will continue to be spent at a rate of nearly $3 million per day in support of this boondoggle.
There are public meetings starting next Monday at 5:30pm at Angeles National Golf Course to present more information about this Preferred Alternative selection. Prior to that, at SAFE Coalition’s urging, there will be a publicly broadcast internet event explaining the Preferred Alternative. It will be held this Wednesday (also Yom Kippur) , September 19 at noon. That way the highly controversial decision will be known by all in the Burbank to Palmdale Project Section at the same time and enable thought prior to the public meetings next week.
To watch and/or listen to the event please follow the instructions on the flyer.
Remember, the threat from this project remains and if you care about the NE San Fernando Valley and your neighbors, if you are concerned about your tax dollars and rampant waste, you will not stop fighting. This is a step forward in time, but it’s not well thought out, it’s not responsive to our communities and it only serves the interests of the high speed TRAIN Authority.
Dave DePinto
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CHSRA Open House Announcements

CLICK to Download a PDF of the announcement.


8/26/18 – LA Times, “Inflation and delays could add billions more to bullet train project costs” by Ralph Vartebedian

Palmdale to Burbank Project Section

September 2018 CHSRA Maps (preferred alternative is SR14)

See entire map here:


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Sun Valley Area – Maps from CHSRA 2016-2017

Detail tunnel construction showing routes that are fully bored, cut-and-cover, & above ground/at surface.

The first two images were prepared from maps dated February 23, 2017 obtained from CHSRA through a public records request and annotated by SAFE for clarity. The third and fourth images help give context and dimensions regarding the cut-and-cover process: Third image shows both E2’s path and depth profile; Fourth image illustrates the different footprints for various construction methods. Click images to enlarge. See links below to see more route “profile” information. The fifth & sixth images provide detail information of where the 3 routes are most specifically to the Valley.

The last two images represent documents that are testament to how infeasible tunneling through the Angeles National Forest truly is.

Click here for CHSRA's map that delineates between cut and over and deep bored tunnels.

Click image above for CHSRA’s larger map that delineates between cut and over and deep bored tunnels.

Click image above to see enlarged map with street names of locations of the 3 alternative routes.

Click image above to see enlarged map with street names of locations of the 3 alternative routes.

Bill Eick's Letter regarding the CHSRA's Geotechnical Tunnel Feasibility Study - click image to READ.

Bill Eick’s Letter regarding the CHSRA’s Geotechnical Tunnel Feasibility Study – click image to READ.

Click image to READ the CHSRA's Geotechnical Tunnel Feasibility Evaluation. This study had to be obtained through a public records request.

Click image to READ the CHSRA’s Geotechnical Tunnel Feasibility Evaluation. This study had to be obtained through a public records request.

Profile and Depth Maps Issued from CHSRA, August, 2016
Fly-over Videos Issued September 16, 2016

These are the Profile and Depth Maps and also the Fly-over videos for the three proposed routes of the California High Speed Train. Click to see all of the current and past information on CHSRA website for Palmdale to Burbank.

Palmdale to Burbank Project Section Fact Sheet – Summer 2016
Palmdale to Burbank Project Section CWG Presentation – Summer 2016
Click on the video to start, to enlarge, you can then click on the YouTube Logo or the four-corner square to go full screen



Read Congressman

Tony Cardenas’ Letter

to CHSRA Chairman Dan

Richard dated 1-12-18




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LA Councilmember Rodriguez letter to CHSRA

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Letter from CD7 Councilmember Monica Rodriguez to CHSRA

On November 11, 2017, Councilmember Monica Rodriguez sent this letter to Dan Richards, Chairman of the CHSRA requesting an alternative alignment for the Palmdale to Burbank route. The financial resource savings would go to improving the Metrolink (Antelope Valley Line), avoiding the high cost problems of tunneling through the San Gabriel National Monument, thereby preserving the open spaces, homes and ranches of the San Fernando Valley.

Letter from LA County 5th District Supervisor Kathryn Barger to CHSRA

As Supervisor Kathryn Barger states in her letter to Mr. Richards submitted November 14, 2017, “I join with my colleague Los Angeles City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez in my concern regarding the current proposed routes.” Both of these elected officials are encouraging CHSRA to include an alternate alignment from Palmdale to Burbank that precludes the need to go through the Angeles National Forest, because “These communities and the Angeles National Forest are vital resources within Los Angeles County and must be protected.”

LA County 5th District Supervisor's letter to CHSRA

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Support Letter from Legislators Bocanegra, Portantino and Hertzberg for elimination of E2

California Assemblymember Bocanegra and Senators Portantino and Hertzberg recommend that CHSRA’s proposed E2 route be eliminated from consideration as…”The impact of this above and below ground route on our respective communities is not acceptable to any of us.”

Also, please read about the Bill introduced by Assemblymember Raul Bocanegra which just passed in the CA Assembly regarding the revitalization of the Pacoima and Tujunga Washes. (Click to Read the Bill)

06/01/17 – Los Angeles Daily News, “Bill to help revitalize Pacoima, Tujunga washes passes Assembly” By City News Service

More problems for HSR in So. Calif: LA supervisors blast state’s high-speed rail Palmdale to Burbank

Read the article about the June 28th Board of Supervisors Meeting

The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to oppose a version of the Palmdale-to-Burbank high-speed rail segment proposed to run through the Big Tujunga Wash in the Angeles National Forest.

Supervisor Michael Antonovich recommended that the board send a letter opposing the plan — one of three alternatives set for environmental review — to county lobbyists and the California High-Speed Rail Authority Board.

The letter will also state that the board opposes any segment that would cross the Big Tujunga Wash at or above grade, and that the remaining two alternatives also pose threats to homes and wildlife areas, and press for an update on long-awaited hydrological and technical studies.

LA City Council Motion in Support of Removal of E-2 Route
Proposed by CD2 Councilmember Paul Kerkorian and Seconded by LA City Council President Herb Wesson (CD10 and temporary manager for CD7), and Mitch O’Farrell (CD13).


Read/Download the City Council Motion Supporting the Elimination of E2 – Above Grade Route

“I FURTHER MOVE that the Council express opposition to the Refined E-2 Alignment for the California High Speed Rail Authority’s Palmdale-to-Burbank project segment and any other alignments that would cross any natural segments of the Los Angeles River and its tributaries, including the Big Tujunga Wash, at or above grade within the City of Los Angeles.”

Revised Supplemental Alternatives Analysis (SAA) Reports Released April, 2016

The following Supplemental Alternative Analysis Reports have been released by CHSRA that affect our area:

Please read Ralph Vartabedian’s article from April 8, 2016 LA Times “State releases new details on possible bullet train routes” which will help you understand the magnitude of the impact to the greater Los Angeles area.

Major High Speed Rail Route Changes in Palmdale to Burbank Project Section

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04/10/16 – NBC LA “News Conference” Conan Nolan interviews CHSRA Chairman Dan Richard about the revised routes of High Speed Rail.

03/17/16 – Los Angeles Times, “State revises proposed bullet train routes, but San Fernando Valley communities remain skeptical” By Ralph Vartabedian

03/17/16 – NBC Los Angeles, “SoCal High Speed Rail Route Change Has Neighbors Upset” Reported by Conan Nolan and Dennis Lahti

03/17/16 – Los Angeles Daily News, “Valley residents give proposed new bullet train routes mixed reviews” By Dana Bartholomew

03-16-16 – LA Daily News, “Bullet train to potentially change course into Southern California” By Dana Bartholomew

Taking the newly released CHSRA refined route map (March 2016) and overlaying it onto a Street Map (CLICK TO VIEW), you will better be able to see streets in more detail, not perfectly accurate, but you can magnify it more. However, please be aware that just because a route shows pink/purple and says underground, that does NOT mean it is necessarily a fully bored tunnel (this was confirmed with a CHSRA representative.) It could also mean it is cut-and-cover, eventually that part will be all underground, but they need to come in from above and that means eminent domain to those affected properties. Note the part along San Fernando Rd: that “underground section” will no doubt will be cut-and-cover.

“I am deeply disappointed in the HSR Authority’s decision to move forward with these routes through the Angeles National Forest. California needs high-speed rail — but it needs to be done in the right way, with proper thought given to how a particular route will affect communities, open space and environmental justice concerns. If a route through our communities cannot adequately address all of these important considerations, the HSR Authority may need to go back to the drawing board.”
Congressman Adam Schiff


We have taken the official CHSRA map and overlaid it onto a street map so you can see a bit better where the routes go. It is not perfectly accurate due to offsets between the two maps, but close enough to see within a block where the proposed routes go.

CHSRA Route Map overplayed onto Street Map – March 2016

We Still Need Everyone’s Help!

We are still taking donations for our educational-instructional fund and our legal fund. If you don’t have the time to volunteer, please consider making a monetary donation to this important fight. (Click Here to Donate!)

Thank you!
S.A.F.E. (Save Angeles Forest for Everyone)
Sunland-Tujunga NC
Lake View Terrace NC
Kagel Canyon Civic Association
Shadow Hills Property Owners Association

The High Speed Tunnel Portal Facilities that are required through the San Gabriel National Monument and the Angeles National Forest!

For an eye opening understanding of the infrastructure necessary to support the tunnel through the forest, please read: TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM – High-Speed Train Tunnel Portal Facilities TM 2.4.6.
Keep in mind, one acre is approximately the size of a football field without the end zones! There is above ground impact to the forest other than just the tunneling!

Must See! – “Build It Bigger: Mega Tunnel”

See what the Tunnel Boring Machine is all about.
45 minute video of just what will be happening if those tunnels are approved in our neighborhoods.

Links to SAFE and/or Community Important Events



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S.A.F.E. – Save Angeles Forest for Everyone

S.A.F.E. was organized to stop the California High Speed Rail Authority from building train routes within the Palmdale to Burbank project section that damaged our local communities, the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and the Angeles National Forest. The so-called “East Corridor” includes routes that would travel approximately 35 miles over, under and through our communities and open space. Locally impacted communities include: Kagel Canyon, Lake View Terrace, Sunland-Tujunga, Shadow Hills, La Tuna Canyon and Sun Valley. Potential impacts, from both operational and construction phases, include damage to our community character, water resources, visual and aesthetics, noise and vibration, truck traffic and air quality, human and animal health, equestrian culture and industry and economy. We are working in unity with neighboring communities similarly impacted by high speed rail proposals including Pacoima, San Fernando, Santa Clarita, Acton and Agua Dulce.

Don’t Railroad Our Communities! Read all the facts and history of this project and get involved!


It is very apparent that HSR has the “cart ahead of the horse” at this juncture in this region…pun intended…from both an engineering/design and communications standpoint, and is struggling to develop the right strategy to build and communicate within densely populated communities. It was shocking to us that HSR, with its vast array of financial, engineering, technical and political/communications resources, could propose the flawed Corridors E1 and E2.

For starters, each of the East Corridor alternatives violates the premise and spirit of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and Angeles National Forest, and we challenge whether the routes legally adhere to the definition of “existing transportation and utility corridors” as required by the enabling legislation and Proposition 1A, as approved narrowly by California voters. The East Corridor alternatives tunnel directly under the heart of the residential, equestrian communities of Shadow Hills, La Tuna Canyon, Lake View Terrace, Kagel Canyon, Sun Valley and Burbank. These alternatives create damage of varying degrees to nearby Sunland/Tujunga, Pacoima and San Fernando, affecting equestrians and recreation enthusiasts from throughout LA County who use the Northeast San Fernando Valley for their equestrian and varied recreation pursuits.

The overall reputation, quality of life and historic equestrian culture of our Foothill communities would be decimated by the construction of multiple, gaping tunnel openings and an elevated rail line over our flood plain, equestrian trail network and recreation/open space areas. In addition, the local equestrian-related economy (which exceeds $100 million in value annually, not including equestrian real estate nor indirect economic benefits) consisting of horse sales, boarding, feeding, shoeing/trim, trucks, trailers, veterinarians and insurance would be devastated.


Schiff decries proposal for high-speed rail tunnel below Angeles National Forest
Congressman calls route underneath Angeles National Forest ‘implausible.’

From the Glendale News-Press By Arin Mikailian January 15, 2015 | 6:26 p.m.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) is speaking out against the proposed idea of having high-speed rail tracks run through underground tunnels beneath the Angeles National Forest to connect Palmdale and Burbank and calls the alternative a costly dead-end.

California’s High-Speed Rail Authority plans to study having a section of the rail pass through the southwestern part of the forest…READ ENTIRE STORY

This economic loss does not include the permanent property value and other non-equestrian-related sales tax loss that the State and local government agencies would lose due to HSR’s use of eminent domain and devaluation of “survivor” properties.

We have projected the severe damage created by HSR’s East Corridor proposal, however preliminary or conceptual HSR intended, in its construction and operational phases. This comprehensive analysis, similar to but far less costly than an EIR/EIS, should lead you to eliminate the East Corridor alternatives immediately from further consideration.

We also believe HSR has a fiduciary responsibility to the State and its taxpayers to operate efficiently per the legislation. Already, the introduction and study of far-fetched and flawed alternatives such as E1 and E2 represents a waste of time and taxpayer monies. Including these infeasible alternatives in the EIR/EIS will compound the wastefulness as well as raise serious legal issues related to NEPA and CEQA.

We have organized our analysis so that the most heavily impacted communities/open space areas are discussed:
· Shadow Hills/La Tuna Canyon/Sun Valley
· Lake View Terrace
· Kagel Canyon
· Big Tujunga Wash/Hansen Dam Recreation Area
· San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and Angeles National Forest


• Bullet Train Tunnels and Lines Dug/Located Under, Over and Through Our Communities

• Eminent Domain – Your House Could be Taken from You at a Financial Loss

• Property Values and Your Home’s Equity (Your Life’s Savings!) Devastated

• 60+ Foot Wide Tunnel Openings, Speeding Train and Elevated Bridge Visible/Audible for Miles

• Horses, Wildlife and Public Safety Seriously Endangered

• Serious Health Issues Due to Dust, Truck Emissions, Noise and Vibration

• Equestrian and Recreation Trails Closed and Destroyed; Equestrian Industry and Lifestyle Decimated

• Constant Noise and Visual Blight for Hundreds of Thousands of Residents and Motorists Daily

• Water Pollution Created; Water Supply Threatened

• 1 Million Plus Truck Trips to Remove Tunnel Dirt Damages Roads, Pollutes Air, Closes Roads, Jams Traffic

• National Monument, National Forest, Rim of the Valley and Wildlife Corridors Violated

• False, Misleading Claims by HSR re: Costs, Jobs, Economic Benefits & Ridership Projections

“Legislation requires high speed rail to be built in existing transportation and utility corridors.”

“Our elected officials should move away from the presumption that high speed rail will happen at any cost and move more toward demanding it be done right and cost-effectively…or not done at all.”

We invite you to join us in stopping the HSR.
Please explore our website, download our papers, and let your voice be heard!