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The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) will host a series of community open houses in Southern California starting today to answer questions and accept public comments on alignment alternatives for the 60-mile Palmdale-to-Los Angeles project section of the state's high-speed rail program.CHSRA has been working with residents, stakeholders and regulatory agencies to refine the alignment alternatives, which will be studied as part of the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement, authority officials said in a press release.The open houses are the first community meetings hosted by the CHSRA in two years, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.The meetings will be held today, tomorrow, May 28-29 and June 5. Location information can be found here.
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