20 Jan New Transbay Rail Crossing (conventional rail crossing between San Francisco and East Bay)
Four cities served on new passenger rail corridor, four additional stations served on extension of existing route, four new or improved stations, TBD but design to 125 mph; express services; frequency, etc. Length of corridor undetermined but significant travel time reduction envisioned. Full fleet replacement, need electric or minimum dual mode. Freight capacity replacement will be a required strategy and project outcome for obtaining sufficient passenger rights/capacity. The most massive Bay Area transportation investment in generations. VERY preliminary estimates that have not been extensively studied. Do not rely upon estimates or project detail here. Infrastructure will construct a new conventional rail crossing between San Francisco and Oakland accommodating approximately 32 frequencies, including integrated regional and intercity services and direct connections between Sacramento, San Francisco, and San Jose coordinated with Caltrain investment on the San Francisco Peninsula as identified in the State Rail Plan. Federal 80%/State, Local, Private 20% shares are for illustrative purposes only and any proposed project shares may differ.