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Fremont :: CA :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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No through traffic will be allowed while the project is under way; local access will be provided for businesses and residents along Kato. Traffic will have to use Dixon Landing Road in Milpitas as a detour. Signal timing modifications and additional

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Long Beach :: CA :: USA | 2 years ago

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In two Capitol hearings, Richard urged lawmakers to approve $2.6 billion in state bond funds along with $3.3 billion in federal money to start construction in the Central Valley this year. He said initial work on the project, which includes a 130-

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San Jose :: CA :: USA | 2 years ago

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Fremont to East San Jose is the biggest public works project ever in Silicon Valley. The 16-mile extension will be fully completed in late 2016, with stations at Warm Springs, Milpitas and south of Berryessa Road. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Federal

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Bart :: France | 2 years ago

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Hayward Maintenance Complex on a truck bed, according to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension Project, the 10-mile first phase of a 16-mile extension from Fremont to Milpitas, San Jose and Santa Clara.

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Bart :: France | 2 years ago

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Among the first jobs in a $5 billion building blitz will be extending carpool lanes on Interstate 880 between Milpitas and San Jose and from Oakland to San Leandro, followed next month by adding merging lanes along Highway 1 in Santa Cruz and on 101

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Bart :: France | 2 years ago

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More Opinion One of the Bay Area's longest-sought and most important transportation projects is about to break ground...This means that construction should begin next month, with the two new stations expected to open by the end of 2016. The

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 2 years ago

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Local lawmakers and transit officials are calling on the public to get behind a proposal that would allocate $1.5 billion in public funds to convert Caltrain to an electrically powered commuter system by the year 2019. Assemblyman Jerry Hill, D-San

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Bart :: France | 2 years ago

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but the far more expensive segment. Tunneling underneath San Jose and building an aboveground link to Santa Clara will cost around $4 billion, and only half of that money is guaranteed. "We have a lot of other sources we are looking at," said Michael

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Bart :: France | 2 years ago

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Michael Burns, general manager of the Valley Transportation Authority, which will oversee construction of the 10-mile, $2.1 billion line from Fremont to the Berryessa area of San Jose. "It reinforces our partnership with the federal government to

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Bart :: France | 2 years ago

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Thursday directed its staff to develop a partnership agreement with Livermore and the Alameda County Transportation Commission to plan the long-discussed rail extension. The partners will need some 18 to 24 months to prepare a report examining the

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