A South Bay woman is urging Caltrain to carefully check their train cars at the end of the night after she became trapped inside a train after falling asleep.
Even as the Caltrain faces the possibility of future cutbacks, the agency is adding service and was poised to break its own ridership record this summer.
Caltrain’s ongoing efforts to modernize its system took another step forward on Wednesday with the completion of major renovations at two South Bay stations.
A man was struck by an Amtrak train in San Jose Friday morning, causing delays to other train lines in the area for about an hour, a Caltrain spokeswoman said.
Transportation expert Rod Diridon Sr., for whom the station is named, said the addition of BART and high speed rail could give San Jose the busiest train station in North America.
Caltrain officials got an earful from angry riders at the first of a series of meetings on proposed service cuts.
The Diridon train station could someday become the “Grand Central Station” of Silicon Valley, serving as a major hub for CalTrain, BART, light rail and high-speed rail.
Bay Area residents coming out to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. day will enjoy a historic commute on Monday, thanks to Caltrain’s 27th annual Freedom Train ride.