High-speed rail body to meet for first time since audit report 

For the first time since the state auditor issued a scathing report on its practices, the California High Speed Rail Authority’s Board of Directors will meet on Thursday.

Less than a week after the report, which described lax oversight, questionable budget projections, and poor management, the CHSRA Board will convene to discuss several upcoming plans, including an environmental review update on the possibility of the train running through the Altamont Pass to get to San Francisco — a move that would contradict the agency’s recent decision to follow along the Caltrain right-of-way from San Jose to The City.

There is no indication on the upcoming Board agenda if the body will discuss the state audit report.

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