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If Rail Passenger Service Is Such A Boondoggle, Why Are So Many Of California's Passenger Trains So Crowded?

By Noel T, Braymer

A good example of this is around the Bay Area. Ridership growth on BART took off shortly after the Loma Prieta earthquake on October 17, 1989. 1,184 more words


Avoid Red Shells and Banana Peels on the Road, Take Caltrain to SF Game Developers Conference

By Dan Lieberman, @LiebermanTweets

Now in its 31st year, the Game Developers Conference returns to San Francisco’s Moscone Center from Monday, March 19, to Friday, March 23. 158 more words


Give Thanks to ‘Master Multitaskers’ on Transit Driver Appreciation Day

By Matt Wilson, @WilsonSTComms

From pancakes to elephants, it seems there’s a special day for just about everything (quite literally) big and small in the social media age. 394 more words


Take Caltrain to Saint Patrick’s Day in San Francisco this Saturday

By Dan Lieberman, @LiebermanTweets

Go green on St. Patrick’s Day by taking Caltrain to San Francisco this Saturday, March 17, for the annual parade and festival. 242 more words


Week in Transit: Tony Robbins, The Music Man, and LunaFest

By Matt Wilson, @wilsonstcomms

Tony Robbins to be ‘Unleashed’ upon San Jose

Tony Robbins, the author, entrepreneur, life coach and man of oh-so-many infomercials of yesteryear… 451 more words


Week in Transit: Eat and Drink for Corgis, Putting Down Roots and SamTrans Board Meeting

By Matt Wilson, @wilsonstcomms

Fundraiser for Corgi Con

If someone ever held a March Madness-style tournament pitting animals against each other in an all-out clash to determine which was the cutest, I’d have total faith… 378 more words


Caltrain Commute Delayed By Fatal Accident

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A person trespassing on the Caltrain tracks was fatally struck by a northbound commuter train Monday, triggering lengthy delays on the system that connects San Francisco with the Peninsula and the South Bay. 211 more words