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Below is the list of revised meeting dates for the 2011 Authority board meetings. Please note that the scheduled committee meetings will be held the day before the meeting.
Staff recommends the adoption of the Revised 2011 Board Meeting schedule.
Page 1 HST Station Area Development Policies The Authority is proposing to build a high-speed train system to provide intercity and interregional mobility to the California residents that will inhabit the state in 2020 and for decades thereafter. For the high-speed train to be more useful and yield the most benefit, it
1 Summary of Responses to Station Area Development Guidelines Introduction The California High-Speed Rail Authority has developed a draft document outlining general principles and guidelines for HST Station Area Development encouraging communities to enhance local plans to accommodate and support proposed HST service.
Page 1 of 2 BRIEFING: FEBRUARY 3rd AGENDA ITEM #5 TO: Chairman Pringle and Authority Board Members FROM: Dan Leavitt, Deputy Director DATE: 1/25/2011 RE: HST Station Area Development Policies Discussion: At the May 14, 2008 Authority Meeting the Board adopted the “HST Station Area Development Policies” which was incorp
Resolution #HSRA11-07 HST Station Area Development Policy Whereas the Board adopted a HST Station Area Development Policy on May 14, 2008, Whereas the HST Station Development Policy committed to utilizing its resources, both financial and otherwise, Whereas the high-speed train system will benefit from cooperation betw
There would be great benefits to enhancing development patterns and increasing development near proposed HST stations. To provide maximum opportunity for station area development in accordance with the purpose, need, and objectives for the HST system, the preferred HST station locations would be multi-modal transportation hubs and would typically be in traditional city centers.
Preliminary Alternatives Analysis Presentation to California High Speed Rail Authority Board February 3, 2011Preliminary Alternatives Analysis Preliminary Alternatives Analysis Report posted at www.cahighspeedrail.ca.gov Evaluated alignment, station locations, and design options Initial alternatives presented to
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Project Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement ALTAMONT CORRIDOR RAIL PROJECT PRELIMINARY Alternatives Analysis Report Executive Summary February 2011ALTAMONT CORRIDOR RAIL PROJECT EIR/EIS PRELIMINARY ALTERNATIVES ANALYSIS Page S-1 S.0 SUMMARY The California High-Speed Rail Authority (the Authority)
Project Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement ALTAMONT CORRIDOR RAIL PROJECT PRELIMINARY Alternatives Analysis Report February 2011ALTAMONT CORRIDOR RAIL PROJECT EIR/EIS PRELIMINARY ALTERNATIVES ANALYSIS Page i TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLES ...............................................................
Appendix A PRIOR TECHNICAL STUDIES MEMORANDUMAltamont Corridor Prior Studies Technical Memorandum California High-Speed Rail Authority Contract HSR08-03 Project 60092536, Task 0003, File Code 503 October 2009 Page A-1Page A-2Contents 1.0 Introduction and Purpose………………………………………………… 1 2.0 Planning Organizations…………………………
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Page 1 of 5 BRIEFING: FEBRUARY 3rd AGENDA ITEM #5 TO: Chairman Pringle and Authority Board Members FROM: Jeffrey M. Barker – Deputy Executive Director for Communications, Policy and Public Outreach DATE: 2/3/2011 RE: Current California High‐Speed Rail Authority Legislative Report Summary: There are (10) bills that have
925 L Street, Suite 1425, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 324-1541, (916) 322-0827 fax For further information you may visit the California High-Speed Rail Web site at www.cahighspeedrail.ca.gov MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA February 3, 2011 Sacramento City Hall 915 I Street ‐City Council Chambers Sacramento, California 95814 9:00
CA High‐Speed Rail Authority Board Meeting Minutes February 3, 2011 Sacramento City Hall City Council Chambers Sacramento, CA (Approved May 5, 2011) The public meeting of the CA High‐Speed Rail Authority was called to order on February 3, 2011 at 9:04 am at Sacramento City Hall. Members Present: Chairman Pringle Tom Um
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