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Spectrum - January 28, 2011

On Deadline: Can Caltrain survive 'death by a thousand cuts'?

by Jay Thorwaldson

It is impossible to imagine not having Caltrain and dumping most of its estimated 44,000 average daily riders onto the Peninsula and Santa Clara County freeways.

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Weekly Editor Jay Thorwaldson is retiring as editor today but will be writing columns in the future. He can be e-mailed at jthorwaldson@paweekly.com.

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