Santa Rosa Ribbon-Cutting Marks Official Launch Of North Bay SMART Rail ServiceCitizens and dignitaries from Marin and Sonoma counties celebrated the grand opening of the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District's full passenger train service on Friday.
Smart Train Service Between Marin, Sonoma County To Start Aug. 25The Sonoma-Marin Rail Transit District announced Thursday that passenger service will begin on the new train line between Sonoma and Marin counties next Friday.
North Bay SMART Train Offering Free Preview RidesThe Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District has scheduled eight additional days of free preview train rides between Sonoma and Marin counties in July.
Police Advise Caution At Crossings During New SMART Train TestingSan Rafael police are advising motorists to use caution at railroad crossings now that the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District begins testing its passenger service schedule Friday between Santa Rosa and San Rafael.
Engine Flaws, Crossing Signal Problems Delay Launch Of North Bay SMART TrainCommuter train service between Santa Rosa and San Rafael has been delayed from late this year to at least spring 2017.
SMART Rail Wins Funding For Extension To Sonoma County AirportRiders on the commuter rail line being built through Sonoma and Marin counties will be able to catch a train all the way to the Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport, transportation officials said.
Construction Begins On Marin County Portion Of SMART Rail LineCrews will spend January and February replacing old wooden train crossings with smooth new concrete ones up and down the right of way through Marin County.
SMART Rail Board To Vote On Purchasing TrainsThe Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District’s governing board on Wednesday will consider awarding a contract to buy trains to carry commuters in two counties where concern has been growing about the financing of a proposed 70-mile rail line.
SMART Train Board Votes To Build San Rafael-Santa Rosa Line FirstA proposed passenger train between Sonoma and Marin counties will initially run between Santa Rosa and San Rafael, not between Cloverdale and Larkspur, the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit's board of directors decided Saturday.