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This Month in Rail: June 2017

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From the RailPAC team, we present to you some of the best rail-related stories we’ve read over this past month.

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SMART revises passenger rail service after facing criticism
The Press Democrat

California Transportation Commission allocates more than $47 million to rail projects
RT&S

The Eastside’s Six Billion Dollar Question
Urbanize.LA

Want jobs for the ‘forgotten man’? Finish high-speed rail.
Sacramento Bee

How Los Angeles can maximize the value of the Union Station run-through tracks
Urbanize.LA

SMART delays start of service as rail manager says ‘bet on this summer’
The Press Democrats

America’s Train Stations: An Architectural Explainer
CityLab

The Crazy Idea of Running Caltrain onto Muni’s Tracks
Streetsblog SF

CHSRA pledges $115 million for L.A. Regional Connector rail project
Progressive Railroading

CA: Key Step Gets Under Way for Bringing ACE Passenger Trains to Modesto and Merced
Mass Transit Magazine

Update on Plans to Get Trains into Transbay
Streetsblog SF

How California heat wave could impact planes, trains, cars and more
East Bay Times

In the days before BART, how did people get across the bay?
SFGate

Salinas’ only passenger train set for elimination under federal budget
The Salinas Californian

New sales tax for Caltrain? A 1/8-cent levy is in the works
East Bay Times

Agreements, budget approved for Gold Line extension to Claremont, a key Measure M project
The Source

Transbay Transit Center: Everything you need to know about it
Curbed San Francisco

The Metro Blue Line says hello/goodbye to new/old rail cars
The Source

Amtrak taps former Delta CEO Richard Anderson as new CEO
USA Today

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