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  • RailPAC Board elects new President

    Oakland, CA March 9, 2019 The RailPAC Board met today and accepted the resignation of Paul Dyson as President after more than 12 years in the post.  The Board unanimously elected Steve Roberts as the new President.  Steve is a retired veteran of the passenger rail industry and lives in Concord, CA in the east…

  • Resuming Normal Service

    Paul Dyson writes: A combination of illness and other distractions has caused this site to be neglected for too long.  In addition the 1st Quarter edition of Steel Wheels has only just arrived at the printers.  And to add insult to injury Noel Braymer’s weekly eNews has been blocked thanks to a minor typing error. …

  • Important message from the RailPAC Board

    Dear Passenger Rail Supporter: RailPAC has endeavored over the past thirty eight years to advocate investment in and the greater use of passenger in California, Nevada and the west.  The campaign continues with publications, online news briefings, visits to Sacramento and DC, and with local officials.  We believe that we have made a difference, and…

  • We have a New Number

    RailPAC has a new number: (415) 7-TRACK-2 (415) 787-2252 Of course you can reach us at any time by phone or email.

  • LOSSAN Strategic Implementation Project Manager Position

  • Renew Your Membership by Credit Card

    Did you know that you can renew your RailPAC membership by credit card? Yes, it’s true!  You can renew (or become a new member) by credit card or PayPal account from the RailPAC website.   It’s fast …  it’s easy …  and you’ll be done in less than 5 minutes!

  • In Memory of Eleanor Lloyd (1928-2010)

    Caltrans Photo On January 11, 2010 Eleanor Lloyd died. She was the wife of RailPAC’s Vice-President (North) Art Lloyd for 64 years. Services were held on January 16th 2010.

  • Our new site

    We are pleased to announce that our new web page will be more up-to-date than ever, and more useful as well. You will find all the previous content here, with the exception of the older meeting reports; those are all still at the archived 2006 site. We hope to move those remaining articles here within…