AB 2307 (Frazier) High-speed rail
|Status:||Assembly Transportation Committee|
AB 2307, as introduced, Frazier. High-speed rail.
Existing law, the California High-Speed Rail Act, creates the High-Speed Rail Authority to develop and implement a high-speed rail system in the state, with specified powers and duties. Existing law requires the authority to establish an independent peer review group for the purpose of reviewing the planning, engineering, financing, and other elements of the authority’s plans and issuing an analysis of the appropriateness and accuracy of the authority’s assumptions and an analysis of the viability of the authority’s funding plan for each corridor.
This bill would correct an inaccurate cross-reference and make a nonsubstantive change in these provisions.
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|Last Updated:||March 22, 2018|