Time-resolved PCMRI has been applied to measure pulse wave velocity (PWV) for the assessment of aortic stiffness. However, longer scan time hinders its practice to achieve a high spatial and temporal resolution scan, especially required for the arteries inside of the head and neck. In the present work, an accelerated Time-resolved PCMRA was implemented to shorten scan time. The reconstruction combines temporal strategy and self-reference information to retain reasonable imaging quality. The results suggest that the proposed method differentiate PWV delay time from Common-Carotid artery to Middle-Cerebral arteries via Internal-Carotid artery with good quality within a 10-minute scan.