Weekly Digest

February 18, 2019 - This week's stories

• Visitors excited for newly opened Jack W. Lyle Park restrooms
• California High Speed Rail Authority to host community meetings
• Officials announce El Niño has arrived
• Public information meetings to explore future Dumbarton Corridor alternatives

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Visitors excited for newly opened Jack W. Lyle Park restrooms

Permanent restrooms at Jack W. Lyle Park are now open and operational for all park users. The new facilities have replaced the restricted portable facilities. The City will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, March 2 at 9 a.m. which is also the kick-off for the spring youth soccer season. Construction of the new permanent restrooms began in October 2018 and utilized prefabricated buildings to speed up the installation process. This project has been in...Click to continue

Visitors excited for newly opened Jack W. Lyle Park restrooms

California High Speed Rail Authority to host community meetings

Despite a recent statement from Governor Gavin Newsom on the future of high speed rail in California, the California High Speed Rail Authority plans several community working group meetings in February and March to provide information and gather input on the San Francisco to San Jose and San Jose to Merced project sections. For more information about the project, visit the California High Speed Rail Authority...Click to continue

California High Speed Rail Authority to host community meetings

Officials announce El Niño has arrived

On February 14, 2019, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued an El Niño advisory. While expected to be relatively weak, this El Niño weather pattern has already brought a wetter-than-usual winter to California. Every two to seven years, trade winds shift and sea surface temperatures warm in the Pacific, creating the meteorological event known as El Niño. As conditions change, they trigger a domino effect of disruptive weather patterns worldwide. This causes warm ocean water on the west to be...Click to continue

Officials announce El Niño has arrived

Public information meetings to explore future Dumbarton Corridor alternatives 

The San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans) and Cross Bay Transit Partners are exploring new, environmentally appropriate alternatives for a high-quality, high-capacity public transit system to improve transportation along the Dumbarton corridor. The introductory meetings will discuss the future of the Dumbarton Rail Corridor, and the public is invited to participate and help guide the development of the proposed new connection. The...Click to continue

Public information meetings to explore future Dumbarton Corridor alternatives

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