Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner plan to invest $1.8 billion in the railroads

President Donald Trump and Jared Kushner are planning to invest more than $1 billion in a railroad project that would serve a new development near San Diego.

The Trumps are also exploring options to add more railroads to California’s Highway 101.

The proposed railroads include the Southern California Railway, the Central California Railway and the Northern California Railway.

Trump is considering a rail project in the San Diego area, but he is not expected to announce a new location in the coming weeks.

The proposed railroad would link the new development, which would include a luxury hotel and luxury apartments, with the existing California Highway 101 corridor in Southern California.

The $1,800 million project would include two stations and three stations on the Southern Caltrain, the first train line connecting the California Highway 100 corridor in Northern California to Southern California’s major highway, Highway 101, according to a regulatory filing from the California Department of Transportation.

The railroad would also serve a planned new highway project near San Francisco.

The new highway would connect to Interstate 580 and San Francisco’s Interstate 280.

The Southern California Rail Corridor is a partnership between Southern California Transit System and the San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Agency, according.

The Southern Caltrains plans are subject to regulatory approval, said Dan Lebovic, president and CEO of Southern California Trains, a joint venture between Southern Pacific and Caltrain.

“It’s not an announcement of a project.

It’s not going to be an announcement anytime soon,” he said.

The rail line would also connect to existing rail lines in Northern and Southern California, according the filing.

Southern Caltrines president and chief executive officer Tom Mancuso said in the filing that the company is exploring a new railroad in the area, and that “we will look at any options for growth in that area and to see if we can do it in a sustainable way.”

The Southern California rail line project would also help Southern California maintain its position as a major rail corridor in the region, which accounts for nearly half of the state’s freight traffic, according a report from the Washington-based American Association of State Railway Officials.

Southern California is the fourth-largest railroad operator in the U.S. and is expected to overtake Northern California in the next decade, according that report.

The California Highway Highway 101 was built between San Francisco and Los Angeles in 1959.

The project was completed in 1962, but it was delayed several times due to the Great Depression.

It reopened in 1965 and has been the focus of a major construction boom in Southern and Northern California since then.

Southern California’s rail line could have major implications for the San Mateo-Sonoma Bay Area.

A rail line running north to south between San Mateos and Sonoma counties would link up with a planned rail line to the San Joaquin Valley in northern California.

Southern Pacific’s rail project is also under consideration by Southern California Mayor Gavin Newsom, who is also expected to formally announce his support for the Southern rail project later this month, according his spokeswoman, Stephanie McBride.

In addition to the railroad project, the Trumps plan to add a new freeway in the Santa Clara Valley is under consideration.

The railroad would serve both Interstate 80 and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Highway.

A $1 million Federal Transit Administration grant would help pay for the new freeway, according The California Highway & Transit Commission.