From SPUR San Jose: Caltrain ridership has more than doubled over the last decade. With continuing development along the Caltrain corridor and many choosing to drive less, ridership will likely continue to grow. How can Caltrain keep up with capacity needs and how can it connect to BART to create a ring of rail around […]
From TransForm: Caltrain is facing a severe fiscal crisis next year. Although it is one of the highest performing Bay Area transit agencies, is the only agency that lacks dedicated funding. Caltrain is important for our quality of life, commute alternatives, and economic vitality. We need to save Caltrain. Friends of Caltrain, of which TransForm […]
From Friends of Caltrain: Caltrain would provide faster, more on-time, more convenient, and more accessible service, and the “blended system” with Caltrain and High Speed Rail would deliver more capacity, if Caltrain and High Speed Rail could solve platform height issues. Right now, riders need to climb stairs to get aboard Caltrain. Caltrain has to […]
From the SF Bicycle Coalition: Do you live in the Peninsula? Or ride the Caltrain every day and bring your bike on board? Come to Caltrain’s Bicycle Advisory Committee to advocate for increased capacity on Caltrain for bicycles. Learn more about Caltrain BIKES ONboard here.
What thoughts do you have about what Caltrain be like should be a decade from now? Caltrain is working on a strategic plan including funding, and this is our chance to shape the vision. How will Caltrain electrification be funded, and how will the organization fit into the Bay Area’s transit system? How will Caltrain […]
From Green Caltrain: Caltrain electrification is moving ahead and is expected to be implemented by 2019. What does this mean for upcoming decisions, environmental sustainability, quality of life, housing and jobs in Mountain View? Speakers and Panelists from Mountain View sustainability and neighborhood leaders, employers and developers, and Friends of Caltrain will help you understand […]