U.S., California: Caltrain Ponders Future As Pandemic Hurts Ridership, Funding

By Margie Shafer, KCBS Radio; April 29, 2020 It was standing room only on Caltrain before the coronavirus outbreak. It’s…

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U.S., California – SPUR Talk: The Future of Diridon Station

By Roger Rudick, Streetsblog SF; April 8, 2020 A planned top-to-bottom rebuild of San Jose’s main railway station could cost…

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California: Coronavirus upends ACE rail between Stockton and San Jose. What riders need to know

By John Holland, The Modesto Bee; March 21, 2020 The coronavirus has forced the Altamont Corridor Express to cut the…

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U.S., California: Capitol Corridor reducing Sacramento-San Jose service as ridership drops

By Emily Hamann, Staff Writer, Sacramento Business Journal; March 19, 2020 Capitol Corridor is slashing service as ridership has dropped…

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U.S.: California’s Real ‘Train to Nowhere’

By Phillip Sprincin, City Journal; December 27, 2019 A major feature of the urban renaissance of the past three decades…

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San Francisco: Caltrain to expand service

By Zachary Clark, Staff, San Mateo Daily Journal; October 4, 2019 With an additional 1.2 million people and jobs expected…

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California Bullet train board votes on proposed Valley to San Jose route, amid backlash

By Tim Sheehan, The Fresno Bee; September 17, 2019 San Jose The California High-Speed Rail Authority board voted unanimously Tuesday…

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California: New Altamont Corridor Express (ACE®) Saturday Service

From Caravan News; September 3, 2019 The San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (SJRRC) is pleased to announce the launch of…

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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: Merced to Bay Area high-speed rail preferred alternatives released

By Mischa Wanek-Libman, Mass Transit Magazine; July 8, 2019 The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) released the State’s Preferred Alternatives…

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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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California transit board names Padgette managing director of Capitol Corridor

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; June 21, 2019 The Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) earlier this week named Rob Padgette…

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Capitol Corridor increases train speeds in California

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; June 18, 2019 A new Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) timetable took effect yesterday, reducing…

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CBS47 Investigates in California: High-speed Rail, Fresno mayor wants to build tracks of his own

By Erik Rosales, CBS 47, YourCentralValley.com; May 17, 2019 FRESNO, California – Construction continues on California’s High-Speed Rail, despite the…

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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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The ACE: An increasingly popular California rail line that actually works for working people

By Joe Mathews, Zócalo Public Square, Desert Sun; September 28, 2018 As the ACE pulls into the Santa Clara station, the conductor…

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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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Massive cost overruns threaten to derail the California bullet train. Here’s what has to change

By Ralph Vartabedian, Los Angeles Times; January 23, 2018 Only two years ago, the California rail authority unveiled an ambitious…

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