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by Rafael Introduction One of the decisions that CHSRA has yet to make is whether there should be an HSR station between Millbrae/SFO and San Jose Diridon and if so, where it should be sited. The candidates under consideration are Redwood City, Palo Alto and Mountain View. We last posted on this still-open issue of […]

Jun 19th, 2010 | Filed under Uncategorized

Note: Clem Tillier, who owns the Caltrain-HSR Compatibility Blog, kindly contributed artwork to this post. Unfortunately, I’m artistically challenged but I hope the cross-section drawings help to get the idea across. In a follow-up to Thursday’s welcome news that Palo Alto officials are waking up to the potential downsides of letting tunnel boring machines into […]

Mar 19th, 2009 | Filed under Uncategorized

One aspect of yesterday’s extensive thread entitled “Of Lawsuits, Tunnels and Tall Trees” that I feel did not receive enough attention is the matter of knock-on effects of grade separation strategies and, that of where CHSRA will put the mid-peninsula station. Other than the tentative Hanford/Visalia/Tulare station, this is the only one that CHSRA has […]

Feb 22nd, 2009 | Filed under Uncategorized