A $3 billion rail line to connect the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley will be built in California

San Francisco, CA — The San Francisco 49ers announced today that they have secured $3.1 billion in federal, state, and local funding to construct the 49ers West Coast Railway.

This $3,000 billion investment will help to create a network of passenger rail lines between Silicon Valley and San Francisco.

The project will provide access to new jobs in the San Jose area and the Bay Area through a high-speed rail line that will link Silicon Valley to the San Mateo County line in Silicon Valley, the first line of the new West Coast Rail System.

The West Coast Railroad will be the largest project of its kind in the world.

“This is a major step forward for our region, for our state, for the entire country,” said Mayor Ed Lee.

“I am very excited to see this project coming to fruition.”

“San Francisco and Silicon Maria have been building a strong economic community and have been creating a strong tech community,” said Assemblymember Mark Leno, D-San Francisco.

“The new West California Rail System will create thousands of jobs in our region and provide a vital link between San Francisco and the Silicon Valley.

This is a key piece of our future economic strategy and I am proud to help bring this to life.”

Construction on the new west coast rail line is expected to begin in 2020 and finish in 2024.

As part of the West Coast rail system, the 49er Stadium will be able to host concerts, events, and other events.

A number of other projects are also under consideration, including the development of a new San Francisco Zoo and San Jose Zoo and Botanical Garden.

Construction of the San Franciso County Line is also on track to begin this year.

For more information, visit the 49ERS West Coast site at www.49ers.com/west.

San Francisco, CA — The San Francisco 49ers announced today that they have secured $3.1 billion in federal, state, and…