The project is the electrification of the Caltrain Peninsula Corridor from its current northern terminus at 4th and King Streets in San Francisco to approximately 2 miles south of the Tamien Station in San Jose, a total distance of approximately 51 miles. The project location includes the entire JPB-owned ROW along this 51-mile segment, additional ROW for new facilities and operational requirements and for any construction or access areas located outside the ROW. This project does not include electrifying the corridor south of Tamien. The primary purposes of the Project are to provide electrical infrastructure that will be compatible with separate later use for blended service, improve train performance, and reduce long-term environmental impact by reducing noise, improving regional air quality and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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