Posted by phm, a resident of the The Crossings neighborhood, on May 20, 2009 at 6:30 pm
Good point, Dennis. The costs of allowing global warming to continue: storms, drought, wildfires, famine and disease in parts of the world, and the resulting threats to peace. And let's admit it, if transit costs too much and runs too infrequently, most of us don't use it - yes, that includes me.
Posted by k, a resident of the Shoreline West neighborhood, on May 21, 2009 at 10:55 am
If you, like me, do not agree with their planned cuts, please make sure to email or show up to the meetings so that your voice is heard! If we all forget or figure that someone else will speak up and no one does, nothing good will come of it.
Posted by Curious Observer, a resident of the Jackson Park neighborhood, on May 25, 2009 at 9:19 am Curious Observer is a member (registered user) of Mountain View Online
It seems to me Caltrains is moving in the wrong direction. They should be trying to increase ridership, not shooing away passengers. Also, how is one who doesn't have a car suppose to get to and from the meeting locations from the train station at that time of night? Has anyone seen VTA's announcement that they expect an increase in revenues later this fall?
Posted by Meeting locations, a resident of the Old Mountain View neighborhood, on May 26, 2009 at 11:21 am
Regarding Curious Observer's post above about the accessibility of meeting locations without a car, both locations are directly on rail lines. VTA's administrative offices are right at the VTA River Oaks light rail station, and the Mountain View-Winchester line runs every 15 minutes to that location until 7PM, and every 30 minutes until midnight; the light rail line connects directly to the Caltrain line.
Caltrain's headquarters in San Carlos are just a few blocks from the Sab Carlos Caltrain station, whch is served by trains every 30-60 minutes until about 8PM and every hour until midnight. There is also frequent bus service along El Camino just 2 blocks from there.