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Tutor Perini lambastes California bullet train authority

Brian Kelly, the authority’s CEO, disputed Tutor Perini’s claims to the Times and said that the letter was an attempt to blame project difficulties on “everybody else,” but that it would review the general contractor’s claims. Another CHSRA official told the Times that jobs had actually been created during the last 18 months and that they expected that growth to continue.

Despite the accusations, things could be looking up for the beleaguered rail project now that President Joe Biden, an advocate of rail travel, has been sworn in.

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