California Opinion: Caltrain needs dedicated source of revenue

By Anna G. Eshoo, Zoe Lofgren and Jackie Speier, The Mercury News; October 3, 2019 We’re fortunate to live in…

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San Francisco Bay Area: Caltrain and our regional transit system

By Jim Hartnett, The Daily Journal; August 3, 2019 Every day, inefficient transportation networks and increasing traffic congestion are having…

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California: A not-so-high-speed train in the Central Valley could be a boon for the Bay Area

By Erin Baldassari, Marin Independent Journal; August 1, 2019 Caltrain could see faster, more frequent service sooner rather than later…

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California: Caltrain maps out big growth and how to pay the $25 billion tab

By Rachel Swan, San Francisco Chronicle; July 22, 2019 Caltrain, the Peninsula commuter rail that started chugging when Abraham Lincoln…

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San Francisco: Why do the new Caltrains have floating doors raised 4-feet off the ground?

By Nikki Tran, SFGate.com; July 19, 2019 Have you seen the designs for the new Caltrain cars of the future?…

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Where will California’s high-speed rail stop in the San Francisco Bay Area?

By Gary Richards, East Bay Times; July 2, 2019 If the billions needed to build the high-speed rail line from…

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No, California Governor Gavin Newsom didn’t kill high-speed rail. But what’s his Plan B?

By Tony Bizjak, Tim Sheehan, and Rory Appleton, The Sacramento Bee; February 18, 2019 It’s been a dream for years…

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Why the future of Caltrain is being built in Salt Lake City, Utah

By Casey Tolan, Bay Area News Group, The Mercury News; February 17, 2019 SALT LAKE CITY — The future of…

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Why the West Coast Is Suddenly Beating the East Coast on Transportation

By Emma G. Fitzsimmons, The New York Times; January 1, 2019 When New York City’s transportation commissioner returned from a…

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California: Expanded train service coming to Modesto, Merced; what it means for commuters

By John Holland, The Modesto Bee; April 27, 2018 The state Thursday put another $500.5 million into expanding passenger rail…

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END OF THE LINE? California State Senator Mike McGuire Drafting Legislation to Dissolve North Coast Railroad Authority, Form ‘Great Redwood Trail Agency’ to Manage Humboldt, Mendocino Assets

By Hank Sims, Lost Coast Outpost; March 12, 2018 State Senator Mike McGuire’s office is drafting legislation that would completely…

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