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VTA approves Caltrain funding recommendations

Original post made on Mar 5, 2011

Solving Caltrain's short-term crisis got a kick-start Thursday night (March 3) from Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) after its board of directors voted to approve a $7.2 million reimbursement payment to Caltrain.

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Posted by Martin
a resident of Downtown North
on Mar 5, 2011 at 12:31 pm

Any new money coming in should be used first to keep stations open. If that means M-F peak commute service only, covering all stations, so be it. Its more important to serve all communities going to work, than to have empty trains running off-peak hours for misc trips.


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Posted by CaltrainHater
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Mar 30, 2011 at 10:50 am

And people wonder why Caltrain is going bankrupt. [Portion removed by Palo Alto Online staff.]. It is all about the good old boy system. Caltrain should go under so a real organization can run it properly. To much fluff at the top who does not know how to work within their own means.


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