Brightline West Lands $2.5B in Private Activity Bonds

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Executive Editor
“Connecting Las Vegas and Southern California will provide wide-spread public benefits to both states, creating thousands of jobs and jumpstarting a new level of economic competitiveness for the region,” Brightline Founder and Chairman Wes Edens said. “We appreciate the confidence placed in us by DOT and are ready to get to work.” (Rendering Courtesy of Brightline West)

“Connecting Las Vegas and Southern California will provide wide-spread public benefits to both states, creating thousands of jobs and jumpstarting a new level of economic competitiveness for the region,” Brightline Founder and Chairman Wes Edens said. “We appreciate the confidence placed in us by DOT and are ready to get to work.” (Rendering Courtesy of Brightline West)

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) on Jan. 23 reported approving a $2.5 billion private-activity bonds allocation to the Brightline West High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail project linking Las Vegas and Southern California.

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