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Category: High Speed Rail
- Economic Development Advisory Commission - Agenda - May 26, 2020 4:00 PM
- Two Plus Two- Joint City-School Committee - Agenda - May 22, 2020 9:00 AM
- City Council - Agenda - May 26, 2020 7:00 PM
- Transportation and Circulation Commission - Agenda - May 19, 2020 7:00 PM
- Planning Commission - Agenda - May 18, 2020 7:00 PM
- City Council - Minutes - Apr 13, 2020 7:00 PM
- City Council - Webcast - May 11, 2020 7:00 PM
- Residential Design Review Committee - Agenda - May 18, 2020 5:30 PM
- City Council - Agenda - May 11, 2020 7:00 PM
- Planning Commission - Minutes - Mar 2, 2020 7:00 PM
- The Unbearable Cost of Conductors[Programming note: while the current pandemic may appear to make the discussion below irrelevant, consider that by 1920, there were few memories of the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918. Jammed peninsula commutes will be back sooner than you think!] Caltrain in 1980: crew includedengineer, fireman, brakemanand conductor.The way it wasBack in 1980, Caltrain's predecessor, the Southern […]
- Pandemic Open ThreadThese are challenging times. We can ponder ideas that are significantly outside the mainstream, taking an existing concept and extrapolating it, Black Mirror style, to its extreme conclusion. Here are some controversial conversation starters:Southbound BART Purple Line train arrives at Palo AltoMerge Caltrain Into BART. The long-standing push to get the operation of Caltrain a […]
- Electric Timetable ContestThe coveted Takt CupTimetable planning has long been a staple of this blog, with the support of rapid prototyping tools like Richard Mlynarik's excellent Taktulator, a calculator for "Taktverkehr," the German term for clockface timetabling. While it may take a few minutes to learn how to use the tool, you can easily punch in a […]
- Three Next StepsCaltrain's exhaustive business plan effort has resulted in a long range service vision for how to grow the railroad to the year 2040, recently adopted by the board as official policy. This is the mountain we wish to climb. How do we climb it? One step at a time. In fact, with electrified service now […]
- Risk and Opportunity in Redwood CityLowe, a major real estate development firm, is preparing to redevelop Redwood City's Sequoia Station, an outdated strip mall adjacent to the Caltrain station, into a 12-acre mixed-use project with towers up to 17 stories tall. If that is eye-opening to residents of Redwood City, consider that few people yet know that a greatly expanded […]
- New life for project at Millbrae's El Rancho InnPlans to rebuild the historic El Rancho Inn into a sweeping residential development and hotel at a landmark site along El Camino Real received positive early reviews from Millbrae officials.
- Keeping it slow in BurlingameTo address concerns raised by those frustrated with speeding drivers constantly zipping through their community, Burlingame officials approved traffic calming measures for the Lyon Hoag neighborhood.
- Teacher layoffs possible if state budget cuts fundingSchool districts may have another opportunity to lay off teachers, which they normally cannot do after mid-May, if the Legislature approves the budget cuts Gov. Gavin Newsom is proposing.
- Foster City officials plan returnFoster City officials are finalizing a plan for safely bringing employees back to work at City Hall.
- South City school board reviews minutesResponding to concerns raised by a trustee regarding the written record of board meetings, South San Francisco Unified School District officials examined ways to more comprehensively document discussions.