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This Month in Rail: September 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.

In between editions on this space, you can also subscribe to our weekly emails sent out every Monday, featuring rail-related news articles from California and beyond. Subscribe to this free e-newsletter by sending your name and email address to Noel Braymer.

Amtrak’s CEO shares his vision for rail’s future
CBS News

Skeptics may lecture, but California high-speed rail is already proving them wrong
The Sacramento Bee

September is Rail Safety Month in California
Mass Transit Magazine

California State Legislators
RailPAC

Government Railroad Agency Says It’s Still Looking to Bring Trains Back to Humboldt County, Even as its Finances and Fortunes Spiral Downward
Lost Coast Outpost

Report: Investment needed to prepare San Joaquin Valley communities for high-speed rail
The Mercury News

Amtrak reducing service from Bakersfield, shifting a train north in search of business travelers
Bakersfield.com

SMART reports higher-than-expected ridership over first three weeks of paid service
Santa Rosa Press-Democrat

County supervisor moves for study to eliminate Claremont Metrolink station
Claremont Courier

Amtrak to discontinue two stops, add one
San Diego Union-Tribune

Antonio Villaraigosa rips Gavin Newsom over high-speed rail
The Sacramento Bee

California’s bullet train isn’t just fast transit, it’s a way to bridge the divide between rich and poor
Los Angeles Times

Trains: What is the future of passenger rail in Kern County?
Bakersfield.com

eNewsletter, Issues, Tracking Rail News

This Month in Rail: August 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.

In between editions on this space, you can also subscribe to our weekly emails sent out every Monday, featuring rail-related news articles from California and beyond. Subscribe to this free e-newsletter by sending your name and email address to Noel Braymer.

Will San Jose to Fresno bullet train become the Silicon Valley Express?
San Jose Mercury News

CA: Amtrak Line Proposal May Someday Include Yuba-Sutter, Just Not Now
Mass Transit Magazine

L.A. Olympics and Paralympics: what our transit system will look like in 2028
The Source

Redlands takes next step in bringing passenger rail service to city
Redlands Daily Facts

Connectivity is key for transportation
Daily Bulletin

Proposed Dumbarton rail bridge could be first transbay railroad crossing since BART tube
East Bay Times

California’s Antique Trains
Streetsblog SF

SMART train begins service in North Bay with a ceremony and speeches
Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Photos: Historic Angels Flight Reopens After Four Years And $5 Million Overhaul
LAist

eNewsletter, Issues, Tracking Rail News

This Month in Rail: July 2017

Adobe Spark

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

In between editions on this space, you can also subscribe to our weekly emails sent out every Monday, featuring rail-related news articles from California and beyond. Subscribe to this free e-newsletter by sending your name and email address to Noel Braymer.

A generational failure: As the U.S. fantasizes, the rest of the world builds a new transport system
The Transport Politic

If Trump has his way, Amtrak’s long-run trains will roll into history
San Francisco Chronicle

Angels Flight Staircase Installation Begins Next Week
Los Angeles Downtown News

Downtown LA streetcar could open in 2021 — if it gets needed funding
89.3 KPCC

Another Amtrak CEO…and flyover country
Noel Braymer

The Clock is Ticking on America’s Most Urgent Transportation Project
CityLab

Opinion: High Desert Corridor project could transform California
SFGate

The case for Dumbarton Rail
The Daily Journal

Legislators should vote to help sustain Caltrain
San Francisco Chronicle

L.A.’s Revelatory Light Rail for Nerds
Zócalo Public Square

Caltrain electrification project kicks off with groundbreaking ceremony
East Bay Times

Metro Wants to Reduce Gold Line/Metrolink Competition
Urbanize.LA