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Environmental impact report released for SF to SJ section of high-speed rail

Original post made on Jun 20, 2022

The environmental impact report for the San Francisco to San Jose section of California's high-speed rail finds the preferred alternative
would displace 14 residential units and three community facilities.

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Posted by SallyVP
a resident of Blossom Valley
on Jun 20, 2022 at 3:07 pm

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I'm surprised they figured out a way to bring the high speed rail up the peninsula. I wonder if the "using the two-track configuration" means they will not be trying to remove lanes from Central Expy and Alma, which would be a non-starter, in my opinion. I also wonder how long it takes to get from SF to SJ on an express train now. If there's a train that only stops in Millbrae I would guess it doesn't take that much longer than 30 minutes.