Quentin Kopp

California High Speed Rail Authority Board (formerly)

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Retired Superior Court Judge and former chairman of the California High Speed Rail Authority Board; former state Senator who wrote the bill creating the HSRA

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As a State Senator from San Francisco, Quentin Kopp co-wrote the law launching the  bullet train project  in California. He served as chair of the  state agency  overseeing the system.

High-Speed Rail, Friend or Foe?

As a State Senator from San Francisco, Quentin Kopp co-wrote the law launching the bullet train project in California. He served as chair of the state agency overseeing the system.

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Some states are returning federal money for high-speed rail, claiming it’s a boondoggle that taxpayers can’t afford.

Trouble on the Tracks for High-Speed Rail

Some states are returning federal money for high-speed rail, claiming it’s a boondoggle that taxpayers can’t afford.

from Which Way, L.A.?

In his  State of the Union  address last night, President Obama announced an $8 billion high-speed rail initiative, and California will get the largest piece, $2.25 billion.

California Gets Big Money for High-Speed Rail

In his State of the Union address last night, President Obama announced an $8 billion high-speed rail initiative, and California will get the largest piece, $2.25 billion.

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