California High-Speed Rail
California High-Speed Rail is a high-speed rail system currently under construction in the state of California. It will be the first high-speed rail system in the United States, and it will connect the mega-regions of California. The project will be divided into two phases. By 2029, Phase 1 will connect San Francisco to the Los Angeles basin. Then, Phase 2 will extend the system to Sacramento and San Diego, totaling 800 miles with 24 stations. The California High-Speed Rail will be capable of speeds over 200 miles per hour. The first segment of the Initial Operating Section, included in Phase 1, from Madera to Bakersfield will cost $6 billion- $3.3 billion in federal funding and $2.6 billion in Proposition 1A bond proceeds. Similarly, the rest of the project is expected to be funded through federal, state, local and private sources.
The California High-Speed Rail is owned and operated by the State of California High-Speed Rail Authority.
- FC-CS onsite badging and RFID association
- Full-height turnstiles
- RFID badge recognition and gate actuation
- Real-time reporting of workforce movement
- Who’s on site
- When did they arrive
- When did they leave
- Total hours by sub-contractor, trade, county of residence, ethnicity
- Project to date job creation