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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$2 Billion ‘Grand Central of the West’ terminal is shut down over safety concerns

By Bradford Betz, Fox News; September 26, 2018 A San Francisco transit terminal which took nearly 10 years to build…

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San Francisco’s new $2.2 billion transit center, the ‘Grand Central Station of the West,’ is officially open to the public — take a look around

By Katie Canales, Business Insider; SFGate.com; September 9, 2018 San Francisco’s highly-anticipated Salesforce Transit Center and the new park located…

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My Amtrak Story: From Milwaukee to San Francisco

By Gina Doyle, Progressive Railroading Magazine, September 2018 Fifty-one hours train time — plus 90 minutes from Milwaukee to Chicago.…

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San Francisco Muni cuts training hours to boost number of train operators, combat driver shortage

By Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, San Francisco Examiner; September 8, 2018 In its scramble to roll out qualified train operators quickly…

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California, Texas riding different tracks to high-speed rail

By David Castellon, The Business Journal; August 31, 2018 For nearly eight years, Californians have engaged in a deep and…

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California bullet train project on track to blow through billions of more dollars

By Barnini Chakraborty, Fox News; August 31, 2018 California’s biggest boondoggle just broke the bank. Not only is the massive…

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EDITORIAL: High-speed rail in California has become a slow-motion train wreck

An Editorial From The Las Vegas Review-Journal; August 10, 2018 High-speed rail in California has turned into a slow-motion train…

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California: Calculations show bullet train can complete route within 2 hours and 40 minutes. Reality may prove slower

By Ralph Vartabedian, Los Angeles Times; July 29, 2018 When California voters approved construction of a bullet train in 2008,…

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