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IS HIGH SPEED RAIL Coming to San Bruno?

San Bruno Chamber of Commerce Event

Bring your family, friends and neighbors, anyone interested in learning more about high speed rail is welcome.


Is High Speed Rail Coming to San Bruno?


Wednesday March 5, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM PST

San Bruno Chamber Office/Firemans Hall
618 San Mateo Avenue
San Bruno, CA 94066

You are invited to attend our FREE monthly

"Good Morning Network and Business Workshop"

Ben Tripousis, the Northern California Regional Director of the California High-Speed Rail Authority, will conduct a 30-minute presentation of the high-speed rail project when he meets with members of the San Bruno Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.

 

Tripousis will discuss the project in its entirety, while also focusing on its impact on the Caltrains Modernization Project and as well as other rail partners throughout the state of California. The presentation will be followed by a question-and-answering session. The presentation is part of ongoing series of meetings Tripousis is conducting in an effort to ensure residents along the Peninsula Corridor are properly informed of what is the biggest infrastructure project of its kind in the nation.



Bring your family, friends and neighbors, anyone interested in learning more about high speed rail is welcome.

Thank you and I'll see you on Wednesday, March 5th.

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Call 588-0180

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Jonathan Koolpe February 25, 2014 at 11:42 AM
Ok then...I would like to know when this project will be dropped in full as a) it is too expensive and the projected costs are now in the multi-billion dollar range and going up even more every time they re-examine the costs, b) the majority of Californians no longer support it, and c) once dropped, will the money instead be spent on public projects/needs that far outweigh this one (i.e. public education, improving/repairing the roads and highways, building new reservoirs to protect against future droughts, etc., etc.).
Robert Riechel February 26, 2014 at 12:02 AM
You can ask these questions at this meeting.

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