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15 p.m. by a construction crew working on the San Bruno Grade Separation Project, Caltrain spokeswoman Christine Dunn said. Northbound train 447 is stopped at Millbrae, and southbound train 448 will stop at South San Francisco, Dunn said.
A Caltrain construction crew working on a $155 million project in San Bruno struck a gas main Sunday night, halting Caltrain service while crews worked to repair the damage. The incident occurred about 9:15 p.m. on San Bruno Avenue, according to a
Trains have been traveling on temporary tracks during construction of a new grade separation in downtown. Now that they are running on the elevated tracks, the temporary tracks and crossings will be demolished, causing periodic street closures during
No injuries were reported after a train struck a vehicle that was on the railroad tracks at San Bruno Avenue around 6:30 p.m...Caltrain spokeswoman Christine Dunn said nobody aboard the train, northbound No...There was no additional information
A $147 million project to raise the Caltrain tracks 18 feet above three busy intersections in downtown San Bruno is about halfway completed, transit officials announced. The San Bruno Grade Separation Project, which broke ground in November 2010,
The sunshine in this southeastern neighborhood attracted immigrants who grew roses, marigolds and other cut flowers inside greenhouses, raised livestock on farms and operated small businesses on the street that locals simply referred to as the Road...
A 60-year-old San Bruno man with a criminal record going back to the 1960s could have faced 25 years to life in prison for stealing $19.83 worth of alcohol under California's three strikes law, the district attorney said Tuesday. Frederick Howell
Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s reliance on a retired worker's memory to defend itself against allegations that it never tested the strength of the San Bruno natural-gas transmission line before the pipe exploded in 2010 may prove problematic, as
A strength test that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. says it conducted in 1956 of the San Bruno pipeline that exploded in 2010 damaged an already-defective weld and ultimately caused the disaster, the company said Tuesday. The company made the assertion
San Bruno resident Daniel Garcia, 23, was arrested hours after fleeing the scene of the shooting, where two other San Bruno men, Michael Apolinario 25, and 18-year-old Diego Bernal were arrested for their alleged involvement in the shooting, police