Now Wednesday, Feb 27 – was Tuesday Jan 22, 6:30pm, Palo Alto City Hall – How will Caltrain electrification affect cross-town connections?
Update: this meeting has been rescheduled to February 27, 6:30 at the Menlo Park Public Library, 800 Alma Street in Menlo Park near the train station.
Caltrain has recently announced the overall results of its traffic study for Caltrain electrification, and for the blended system with High Speed Rail. Out of the 40 remaining at-grade crossings on the corridor between San Francisco and San Jose, electrification by 2019 is expected to reduce gate downtime at 28 of the crossings, and increase gate downtime at 12 crossings.
How are the crossings in your city affected? What does this mean for cross-town connectivity in your city?
Come learn about the short and long-term implications for the city you live in and the stations you use.
Do you have friends and family members who are also interested and concerned about the impact of Caltrain modernization on cross-town connectivity? Invite them to come.
Thursday, January 22, 6:30 PM, Palo Alto City Hall, City Council Chambers, 250 Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto, CA.