SF agency to vote on resolution against rail authority

The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency will vote today on a resolution that slams the California High-Speed Rail Authority for exploring alternatives to the Transbay Terminal project that would have the planned line end at a different location.

The California High-Speed Rail Authority is exploring two other alternatives as part of the environmental impact review. Those alternatives include are the Caltrain station at Fourth and King streets and between Main and Beale streets extending down to Harrison Street.

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