$200 million meant to go toward a high-speed train from Las Vegas to Southern California will now be re-directed to affordable housing projects.
Construction was supposed to start this year for the Brightline West Coast high-speed train to and from Las Vegas and Victorville, California, but it was delayed indefinitely because of funding issues.
Nevada's Department Of Business and Industry is now giving $183 million to affordable housing projects and the remaining $17 million to the Nevada Rural Housing Authority.
Last month, California did the same thing with $600 million they were going to put toward the project.
Brightline can re-apply for the bonds next year.