CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 1990 |
One Canadian and two U.S. firms met Wednesday's deadline and filed letters of intent to bid on the proposed high-speed train between Las Vegas and Anaheim, project officials said. Bechtel International of San Francisco, Morrison-Knudsen Co. of Boise, Idaho, and Bombardier Corp. of Canada met the 5 p.m. deadline and consequently will compete for the right to privately finance, build and operate the 300-m.p.h. train, which is expected cost as much as $4 billion.