Present, Future looking brighter for Caltrain
Faced with a fiscal crisis at the beginning of the year that forced Caltrain to consider drastic service cuts, the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board today approved a budget proposal that would avert another crisis, even as the Peninsula commuter rail system is experiencing record growth in ridership and revenue.
Catch a break with Caltrain to Sharks games at the Tank
Score a goal by taking Caltrain to all Sharks home games at HP Pavilion.
Catch Caltrain to Cal Football Games at AT&T Park
The Cal Bears have made Caltrain part of its game plan this season while Memorial Stadium undergoes retrofit and renovations.
Caltrain Board welcomes new member
The Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board, which owns and operates Caltrain, swore in new board member Tom Nolan at its meeting today replacing Nat Ford.
Caltrain Proclaims September Rail safety month
The Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board, which owns and operates Caltrain, approved a proclamation for Railroad Safety Month at its monthly board meeting.
SamTrans and Caltrain Observe “Moment of Remembrance”
SamTrans and Caltrain will join transit agencies across the United States in a “Moment of Remembrance” on September 11 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 911 terrorist attacks.
Caltrain/SamTrans to operate Sunday schedule for Labor Day
On Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5, SamTrans and Caltrain will operate Sunday schedules.
Take Caltrain to the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts
Thousands of people are expected to attend this weekend’s 30th Annual Palo Alto Festival of the Arts event Aug. 27 & 28 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Caltrain, San Bruno Grade Separation Project
Work on the San Bruno Grade Separation Project will take place Monday, Aug. 22 to Friday, Aug. 26.
Caltrain Analysis: Lawmakers’ “Blended System” Concept Operationally Feasible
Caltrain announced today that an analysis of preliminary data indicates the Peninsula’s rail corridor can accommodate integrated high-speed rail and Caltrain service largely through modernizing and then sharing the corridor’s existing track infrastructure in most areas.
Caltrain receives Federal Funds to help maintain Railroad
Caltrain has been selected by the Federal Transit Administration to receive $750,000 to develop a comprehensive program to manage the maintenance of the railroad.
Caltrain Recommends New Operator to Run Train System
Caltrain management announced it has negotiated a proposed contract with TransitAmerica Services Inc. of St. Joseph, Mo., to operate the Peninsula commuter rail system and that it will recommend the contract for approval to the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board at its Sept. 1 meeting.