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One step closer to flying the friendly rails of California

Traveling across our country’s most populated state is on track to get a lot easier in the coming years. This week as we continue our series on BIG projects, we feature the much anticipated… 3,342 more words

Interviews

Caltrain’s Electrification Could Dramatically Reshape Palo Alto’s Land Parcels

PALO ALTO (KCBS) – As Caltrain becomes electrified, sometime in 2019, the city is looking for ways to separate the train tracks from roadways, cars, bikes and pedestrians. 230 more words

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Man Fatally Struck By Caltrain In Palo Alto

PALO ALTO (CBS SF) — Caltrain is still experiencing delays of more than an hour in the northbound direction and more than 40 minutes in the southbound direction following a fatal collision in Palo Alto Wednesday evening. 142 more words

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Palo Alto Pulse Candidate Profile: Cory Wolbach for City Council

Palo Alto Pulse sent the same four questions to all 12 City Council candidates so they could tell Palo Alto voters how they feel about key issues facing the city in their own words. 976 more words

Palo Alto

Caltrain To Go Electric...Soon!

Caltrain’s Modernization Program got another boost today with the signing of a bill extending design/build authority on the electrification project until 2024. The project, which was announced in September 2013, aims to transform the Caltrain fleet from diesel locomotives to electric multiple units, bolstering network capacity and significantly reducing emissions. 37 more words

CHSRA and Caltrain Still Not Cooperating on Platform Compatibility

As part of the “blended” plan, Caltrain and CHSR will be sharing the same tracks and stations. It would be a no-brainer for trains to have compatible platforms, right? 251 more words

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Reunion with friends

We took the Caltrain this morning to go to Mountain View to meet our friends and fellow divers Laura and Jerome.

We know them from a day trip in… 362 more words

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