High-speed rail focus of Peninsula meetings

How the state’s high-speed train will run along the Caltrain corridor is the focus of two upcoming community meetings.

The California High-Speed Rail Authority is developing design alternatives for the Caltrain corridor, which runs through the Peninsula, to serve the existing Caltrain routes and planned high-speed rail service.

The next workshop is 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at 550 E. Remington Drive in Sunnyvale. The next meeting is Oct. 13 in San Francisco, at 455 Golden Gate Ave., starting at 8 p.m.
 

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