California’s Capitol Corridor To Expand Train Service To And From Roseville

By Randol White, Capitol Public Radio; January 22, 2019 Commuter train service to and from Placer County is expected to…

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12 Most Beautiful Train Stations in the United States

By Meredith Carey and Meg Reinhardt, Conde Nast Traveler; January 15, 2019 Click here to enjoy the 12 stunning photographs.

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San Francisco is adding so many new train cars, it’s considering turning the old ones into housing

By Aria Bendix, provided by Business Insider, mysanantonio.com; January 10, 2019 Public transit is undergoing a major overhaul in San…

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California’s Pacific Coast Highway Is an Iconic Road Trip — but It’s Even Better by Train

By Skye Sherman, Travel + Leisure; January 2, 2019 There’s one thing I love about road trips: when they’re over.…

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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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Among the headaches Gavin Newsom will inherit as governor: California’s troubled bullet train project

By Ralph Vartabedian, Los Angeles Times; December 28, 2018 Gov. Jerry Brown has devoted half a century of political knowledge…

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Southern California: Stephanie Wiggins’ 5-year contract with Metrolink could end revolving door of CEOs

By Steve Scauzillo, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Whittier Daily News; December 26, 2018 Metrolink, a Southern California passenger rail agency…

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California: Amtrak, union have deal on relocation or separation of Riverside workers

By Jack Katzanek, Daily Bulletin; December 21, 2018 Amtrak has reached an agreement with the union representing 500 of its…

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California: Because they’re out of colors, Los Angeles Metro will rename all its train lines and rapid busways with letters in 2019

By Steve Scauzillo, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Los Angeles Daily News; December 13, 2018 What’s the problem with continuing to…

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