Two high-speed rail community meetings are scheduled in Redwood City this month and in May to provide updated information on the project's schedule and process, and to answer questions regarding the project.
The first meeting, set for April 29, will be hosted by the California High-Speed Rail Authority and Peninsula Rail Program, city officials said.
High-Speed Rail staff will outline existing conditions of the proposed segment through Redwood City and review alternatives for how the rail might be built in Redwood City.
A question and answer session will take place at that meeting.
The other meeting, scheduled for May 11, will provide a chance for the community to have small group discussions about what they support or are concerned with regarding the high-speed rail project, according to city officials.
City staff will compile the attendee's comments, concerns, areas of support and opinions on preferred alternatives and deliver them to high-speed rail officials in the city's official comment letter.
Both meetings will take place at 7 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Senior Center at 1455 Madison Ave.
For more information on the High-Speed Rail project, go to www.cahighspeedrail.ca.gov.