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California To Begin Work On Nation's First Bullet Train - Yahoo News

January 8, 2015

Greenberg train show pulls into Dulles Expo Center -- FairfaxTimes.com

Sherelle T. Carper of Centreville and her great grandchildren, from right, Raegan Carper, Sariah Dozier and Grace Carper enjoy watching moving model trains by the National Capitol Trackers at the Greenberg Trains and Toys Show at the Dulles Expo Center Saturday. The state Legislature last year dedicated to the project a portion of the greenhouse gas fees collected under the state's cap-and-trade program to reduce greenhouse gases. Gov. Jerry Brown, a staunch advocate of the train, is expected to attend the groundbreaking along with hundreds of other dignitaries. Bullet train systems in other countries generate revenue, and California officials are banking on this one to entice private investment as well as generate money from advertising and development around the stations. To make way for tracks, some demolition started last year in Fresno, but officials say work this year will be more intensive along the project's first segment a 28-mile stretch from Fresno north to Madera.
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Carper of Centreville and her great grandchildren, from right, Raegan Carper, Sariah Dozier and Grace Carper enjoy watching moving model trains by the National Capitol Trackers at the Greenberg Trains and Toys Show at the Dulles Expo Center Saturday. Ryan Gauvreau, 7, of South Riding learns to operate a set of O-scale model trains, courtesy of the National Capitol Trackers, at the Dulles Expo Center Saturday. Tin Nguyen/Fairfax County Times Sherelle T. Carper of Centreville and her great grandchildren, from right, Raegan Carper, Sariah Dozier and Grace Carper enjoy watching moving model trains by the National Capitol Trackers at the Greenberg Trains and Toys Show at the Dulles Expo Center Saturday. Tin Nguyen/Fairfax County Times
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