SFCTA Oakdale Caltrain Station Study, Quint St. Bridge Project: Open House

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General Transportation Plans and Project Update for the Southeast Community Facility Area

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From SFCTA: Join us to hear updates about four major transportation projects and learn how they will affect the area surrounding the Southeast Community Facility. Featuring updates on: Proposed Caltrain Oakdale Station (Ridership Study) Caltrain Jerrold Street Bridge Replacement Caltrain Quint Street Bridge Replacement Proposed Quint/Jerrold Connector Road Welcome and opening remarks: 5:30 to 6:00 PM, Open […]

Southeast Transportation Open House

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From D10 Watch: Your D10 SFCTA Citizen’s Advisory Committee Representative and staff from city agencies will be on-hand for you to talk to about on-the-ground transportation (bus, roads, bike, light rail, pedestrian, and more) projects and issues affecting our community, including: • Caltrain: Electrification; Quint St Caltrain Bridge replacement • DPW: Quint St Connector Road; Palou Ave […]

This Week: Free Muni for Youth Decision, Bike Advocacy Summit

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The SFMTA the Board of Directors’ approval of a two-year budget tomorrow hinges upon its decision to grant free Muni passes either for all youth or only low-income youth. Also tomorrow: A special guest is in town to speak at the second annual Silicon Valley Bike Advocacy Summit. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SFCTA […]

SamTrans Pushes Both Transit and Traffic Expansions for Dumbarton Bridge

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SamTrans officials presented an update on the agency’s Dumbarton Transportation Corridor Study at two community meetings this week, fielding questions from residents on ways the agency is hoping to provide better transit service over the Dumbarton Bridge. Facebook donated $1 million to the agency in January for the transportation study, which it hopes can expand commute options for […]

SPUR Talk: High-Speed Rail on its Way to Northern California

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High-Speed Rail construction is well underway in the Central Valley, said Ben Tripousis, Northern California Regional Director for the California High Speed Rail Authority, during a forum at the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association’s (SPUR) Mission Street center. “The High-Speed Rail question has shifted from ‘if’ to ‘when,'” he told the packed house at today’s […]