Contents 1 Members 2 Criticisms 3 References 4 External links


Members[edit] The Authority is composed of nine members. Five members are appointed by the Governor, two members plus one ex officio are appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules, and two members plus one ex officio are appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly.[2] Currently this includes:[3] Member Appointed Replaced Dan Richard, chairperson August 23, 2011 by Governor Brown; re-appointed on January 9, 2015 by Governor Brown Tom Richards, vice chairperson December 20, 2010 by Governor Schwarzenegger Ernest Camacho March 21, 2017 by the Senate Rules Committee Lou Correa[4] Daniel Curtin May 15, 2015 by Speaker Atkins Patrick Henning, Sr.[5] Bonnie Lowenthal January 27, 2016 by Speaker Atkins Thea Selby[6] Nancy Miller August 25, 2017 by Governor Brown Lorraine Paskett January 27, 2016 by the Senate Rules Committee Jim Hartnett[7] Michael Rossi August 24, 2011 by Governor Brown Lynn Schenk November 11, 2003 by Governor Davis; re-appointed on January 2, 2013 by Governor Brown Joaquin Arambula, ex officio May 12, 2017 by Speaker Rendon Jim Beall, ex officio March 17, 2017 by the Senate Committee on Rules


Criticisms[edit] This section contains too many or too-lengthy quotations for an encyclopedic entry. Please help improve the article by presenting facts as a neutrally-worded summary with appropriate citations. Consider transferring direct quotations to Wikiquote. (October 2016) As noted in James Fallows' third article (in 2014) in his series on California's High-Speed Rail project, the Authority was seen as not very effective and possibly even mis-managing the project. Dan Richard, the new Authority chair appointed by Gov. Brown, made this comment for inclusion in his article concerning this charge: "When Jerry Brown came in, the HSR program was rife with problems. The organization was at half-strength, the board was dysfunctional, there was a high level of criticism from independent groups evaluating ridership and plans. "All of that has turned around. The board is highly cohesive and professional. The staff is now at full strength with a highly capable day-to-day CEO, top flight engineering, risk management and program leadership. We have the most sophisticated risk management program likely to be found in any public infrastructure program. Our cost data and risk assessments are now presented publicly on a regular basis at our board meetings and are in accessible form on our website. Our CEO put in excellent local project leaders and former critics have lauded the openness and responsiveness of that team. "Here's a quote from the Independent Peer Review Group, established by the California Legislature. The PRG was highly critical of past plans. No more: "'We believe that the Authority has made manifest progress in all areas of planning and management since the Revised 2012 Business Plan. This assessment applies to risk management, demand forecasting, operating and maintenance (O&M) cost modeling and the analysis of the impact of HSR on California's greenhouse gas emissions.'" [8]


References[edit] ^ S.B. 1420, Chapter 796 of the California Statutes of 1996 ^ California Public Utilities Code § 185020 ^ "Board of Directors".  ^ https://www.hsr.ca.gov/docs/newsroom/2017_New_Appointments_to_HSRA_BOD.pdf ^ http://www.hsr.ca.gov/docs/newsroom/2015_Curtin_Appointed_to_Authority_Board_of_Directors_051515.pdf ^ http://www.hsr.ca.gov/docs/newsroom/2016_Bonnie_Lowenthal_Appointed_to_CHSRA_Board_of_Directors.pdf ^ http://www.hsr.ca.gov/docs/newsroom/2016_Lorraine_Paskett_Board_Appointment_Board_of_Directors_012716.pdf ^ "California High-Speed Rail No. 3: Let's Hear From the Chairman". The Atlantic. Retrieved 2016-01-14. 


External links[edit] Official website v t e California High-Speed Rail Stations (Phase I) San Francisco Transbay Transit Center Millbrae San José Diridon Gilroy Merced Madera Fresno Kings–Tulare Regional (Wasco) Bakersfield Palmdale Transportation Center Bob Hope Airport–Burbank Los Angeles Union Station Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs station (option) Fullerton Transportation Center (option) Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center Route Caltrain Downtown Rail Extension Electrification Pacheco Pass Tunnel Fresno River Viaduct San Joaquin River Viaduct Kings River Viaduct Tehachapi Pass San Gabriel Mountains Connecting rail Altamont Corridor Express Amtrak Amtrak California Bay Area Rapid Transit Caltrain Los Angeles Metro Rail Metrolink Muni Metro Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Other California High-Speed Rail Authority History Proposition 1A Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=California_High-Speed_Rail_Authority&oldid=805743081" Categories: State agencies of CaliforniaGovernment agencies established in 1996California High-Speed Rail1996 establishments in CaliforniaHidden categories: Wikipedia articles needing style editing from October 2016All articles needing style editing


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