2008 California Proposition 1A

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Proposition 1A (or the Safe, Reliable High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Act for the 21st Century) is a law that was approved by California voters in the November 2008 state elections.wikipedia
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California High-Speed Rail

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It was a ballot proposition and bond measure that allocated funds for the California High-Speed Rail Authority.
This plan, Proposition 1A, was presented to and approved by voters in 2008 and included a $9-billion bond to begin construction on the initial leg of the network.

California

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Proposition 1A (or the Safe, Reliable High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Act for the 21st Century) is a law that was approved by California voters in the November 2008 state elections.

November 2008 California elections

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Proposition 1A (or the Safe, Reliable High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Act for the 21st Century) is a law that was approved by California voters in the November 2008 state elections.

California ballot proposition

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It was a ballot proposition and bond measure that allocated funds for the California High-Speed Rail Authority.

Municipal bond

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It was a ballot proposition and bond measure that allocated funds for the California High-Speed Rail Authority.

California Codes

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It now forms Chapter 20 of the California Streets and Highways Code.

2004 California elections

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It was originally to appear on the 2004 state election ballot, but was delayed to the 2006 state election because of budgetary concerns raised by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

2006 California elections

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It was originally to appear on the 2004 state election ballot, but was delayed to the 2006 state election because of budgetary concerns raised by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Governor of California

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It was originally to appear on the 2004 state election ballot, but was delayed to the 2006 state election because of budgetary concerns raised by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Arnold Schwarzenegger

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It was originally to appear on the 2004 state election ballot, but was delayed to the 2006 state election because of budgetary concerns raised by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

San Francisco

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Of that sum, $9 billion will be used to construct the core segments of the rail line from San Francisco to the Los Angeles area and the rest will be spent on improvements to local railroad systems that will connect locations away from the high-speed rail mainline to the high-speed system.

Los Angeles

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Of that sum, $9 billion will be used to construct the core segments of the rail line from San Francisco to the Los Angeles area and the rest will be spent on improvements to local railroad systems that will connect locations away from the high-speed rail mainline to the high-speed system.

General obligation bond

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The money will be raised through general obligation bonds that are paid off over a period of 30 years.

History of rail transportation in California

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On November 4, 2008, the People of California passed Proposition 1a, which helped provide financing for a high-speed rail line.

History of California High-Speed Rail

The passage of Proposition 1A in 2008, followed by the awarding of federal stimulus funds in 2010, established the initial funding for the California High-Speed Rail system.

High-speed rail in the United States

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The largest project for American high-speed rail is the California High-Speed Rail network, which was authorized by voters with Proposition 1A in 2008.

San Francisco Transbay development

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The new center is planned to eventually include an extension of Caltrain into the station from the current Caltrain Depot at 4th and King Streets in Mission Bay via tunnels which would also carry the Bay Area segment of the future California High-Speed Rail (CAHSR) and terminate at the station, as mandated by California voters in Proposition 1A, the ballot measure authorizing CAHSR construction.

Industry station

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Most of the funding came from Proposition 1A, although the South Coast Air Quality Management District also provided a $2 million grant.