Saturday – November 15th, 10:30 – 3:30 PM
California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento
Presentation Files:Read More »Steel Wheels in California Conference Presentations
Dave Cook and Ian Stewart Rail electrification has been implemented in many urban and regional rail applications in the US and the benefits are numerous. Electrified rail is quiet, quick, clean and generally more reliable and less… Read More »On Board Electrification and Near Zero Emissions for Regional Rail
The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (SCCRTC) is analyzing the feasibility of passenger rail transit service along the 32-mile Santa Cruz Branch Rail Line.
Complete an Online Survey on “Passenger Rail Goals & Scenarios”.
Your feedback will guide station, service scenario, and ridership analysis. Ensure the passenger rail study reflects everyone in the community. The Survey closes at midnight on August 3.Read More »Complete the Santa Cruz Passenger Rail Study Survey
From our Orange County Steel Wheels correspondent I don’t think Anaheim City Council was ever shown the trashy view that reality has presented to future riders. You will enter the breathtaking vast public space that… Read More »Not Exactly the Happiest Place on Earth – the New Anaheim Station as the Passenger Will See It
The new NARP board has unanimously approved the following resolution in support of returning passenger service between New Orleans and Florida: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RAILROAD PASSENGERS WHEREAS, the National Association of Railroad Passengers (“NARP”) has previously… Read More »NARP Resolution in Support of Returning Passenger Rail Service Between New Orleans & Florida
May 10th, 2014 National Train Day Celebration! www.nationaltrainday.com Theme:Why should everyone be stuck in traffic? With 101 construction to last over a decade, the obvious solution is waiting at the station. Ventura to Goleta commuter… Read More »National Train Day in Santa Barbara
On April 3, RailPAC’s Vice President Art Lloyd was commended for his 26 years of service on the Caltrain Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board.He will remain involved with “Emeritus” status as a consultant and for his vast railroad historical knowledge.
We at RailPAC can only echo the sentiments expressed therein and add our congratulations and acknowledgement of your service to that organization. Without a thorough knowledge of the past, and the decisions that were made which created the circumstances of the present, it is not possible to make good decisions about the future. Your passion for the subject and the determination to bring improvements to mobility and the quality of life that public transportation can bring combines with that knowledge to make a unique contribution that has benefited the community, state and nation.
Heartiest congratulations!Read More »Caltrain Board Honors Art Lloyd for 26 Years of Service