Train trips may take longer, but they are more affordable than flying and they offer unique glimpses of America’s vast countryside.
Caltrain service was back on schedule Sunday after a damaged train engine caused a fuel leak and disrupted trains for several hours on Saturday evening.
More riders, more service. That’s the equation Caltrain, Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) and the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority have all made, with commuters reaping the benefits beginning Monday.
Caltrain officials have said without the additional funding they would have to cut 10 trains, slow down Baby Bullets and close three stations. Nine more stations would lose weekend service.