A possible new business plan for California's high-speed rail project is set to be revealed Tuesday evening in Mountain View at a public hearing hosted by State Sen. Joe Simitian.
At the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts, California High Speed Rail Authority board chair Dan Richard will give attendees a preview of a "possible new direction" for a final business plan for high-speed rail, scheduled for released in later this month.
Members of the public will be given two minutes each to comment on high-speed rail issues after the presentation. The first two hours are set for testimony from officials' and questions from the senators.
The hearing begins at 7 p.m. The Center for Performing Arts is located at 500 Castro St.
"I would like to encourage everyone concerned about High-Speed Rail to attend this hearing," Sen. Simitian said in a press release. "It is critical that legislators and High-Speed Rail officials hear from the public on this issue, particularly at this critical juncture."
Among those expected to attend: former Redwood City mayor and CHSRA board member Jim Hartnett; chair of the High-Speed Rail Peer Review Group Will Kempton; and Brian Weatherford and Farra Bracht of the California Legislative Analyst's Office.
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