Jeff Barker

California High Speed Rail Authority

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Deputy executive director for Communication, Policy and Public Outreach at the California High-Speed Rail Authority

Jeff Barker on KCRW

Based on plans laid in 1996, California voters in 2008 approved almost $10 billion in bonds to begin building a bullet-train system to connect the state's major cities.

Is High Speed Rail Too Big a Gamble for California?

Based on plans laid in 1996, California voters in 2008 approved almost $10 billion in bonds to begin building a bullet-train system to connect the state's major cities.

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