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News - September 17, 2010

High speed train station idea loses steam

A council majority opposes the idea

by Daniel DeBolt

A majority of City Council members oppose having a high-speed rail station in Mountain View, they said in a study session Monday night. Unless two of the four station opponents are unseated in the November election, it appears that high-speed trains are not likely to stop in Mountain View's downtown.

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Posted by W
a resident of Monta Loma
on Sep 17, 2010 at 1:21 am

Sure would be nice to hop onto HSR to glide to S.Cal instead of flying. Sounds like the parking structure is least attractive requirement. Just me, but whenever I head out of town, I find ways to leave the car home to avoid paying for parking--I for one wouldn't use the parking garage.


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