RAIL PASSENGER ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA
1017 L Street PMB 217, Sacramento, CA 95814    www.railpac.org  Danger in “Signal Gaps”?

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RailPAC President’s Message   December 22nd, 2008

 RAIL PASSENGER ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA  1017 L Street PMB 217, Sacramento, CA 95814  New Year message from Paul Dyson, RailPAC President:    I think it’s fair to say that RailPAC has had a moderately successful year in 2008, a year that has involved a lot of swimming upstream and around all sorts of obstacles.

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Rail Photos for Christmas   December 19th, 2008

From Phoenix, Arizona; Santa Fe, New Mexico, Dallas-Ft. Worth Texas, and California.   Comments by Russ Jackson, RailPAC Secretary-Emeritus.   Photos by contibuting photographers with our thanks.

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Placer County Transportation report   December 10th, 2008

Reported by Chuck Robuck, CC Riders President, RailPAC Member from Auburn

FYI, I attended this meeting as a CC Rider rep and wanted to give you a brief recap.

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CA Corridors November stats   December 10th, 2008

Reported by Gene Skoropowski
In spite of the big Thanksgiving weekend travel surge, ridership growth for November 2008 in all of California was quite modest, likely reflecting the impacts of both the economic downturn, as well as falling gas prices.

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Metrolink Weekend Schedule   December 5th, 2008

RailPAC Letter from President Paul Dyson

December 4, 2008

Supervisor Mike Antonovich

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Tracking the News: December 2008   December 3rd, 2008

. . . PHOTOS and Commentary by Russ Jackson

. . . December, 2008. Dare I say “what a month” again? What else can you say about a month that saw the election of a new direction for our country and presumably for passenger rail transportation, and the approval of many rail initiatives including RailPAC-supported high speed rail in California. The same month saw gasoline prices falling faster than the stock market and the economy, with corresponding implications for continued high ridership on commuter and light rail trains.

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