agriculture, parks and recreation, open space, public/quasi-public, industrial, office, community commercial, residential, etc.
The focal point of the Specific Plan is the train station, located at the intersection of Peabody and Vanden Road. The train station has already been approved. Permitting and construction planning have commenced. The station is part of the Capitol Corridor system and is scheduled for operation in 2014. A minimum of 3,000 dwelling units would be located within a one-half mile radius of the station. The Specific Plan could accommodate up to an additional 6,800 dwelling units, an added population of ~ 19,277, roughly 5 million sq ft of commercial and industrial development, and a range of public and open space uses on ~ 2,972 acres of land.
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