Murrieta, Temecula, San Jacinto, Hemet, Lake Elsinore and Wildomar
Author: Ghost of xmas 2015
Date: 07-14-2021 - 21:04

This Metrolink PDF is from Dec 25, 2015 and claims: Murrieta, Temecula, San Jacinto, Hemet, Lake Elsinore and Wildomar

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BOB2 Wrote:
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> ElGringo Wrote:
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> -----
> > Bob, do you ever see them extending into
> downtown
> > Hemet at the old Santa Fe depot?
>
> The 91 is the project that ate Riverside County's
> sales tax... So, no, not soon... Getting the
> service levels up during the week, and getting
> weekend/special event services to South Perris
> would help build political of market support for
> that. Unfortunately, I still don't see much
> "leadership" and/or political "will" at either the
> Local or State level to spend on getting actual
> "passengers" on actual trains, by boosting
> operating assistance for commute and intercity
> "services". This, even though the State is
> "flush" and can afford to "throw" money at
> contractors between the surplus and the gas tax
> revenues.
>
> The list of still needed road and freeway
> improvements that are needed in Riverside County
> is still staggering, with a limited sales tax and
> State base committed. And so, the Federal
> "infrastructure" bill and appropriations are the
> new "panacea", including for things like the
> Coachella Valley extension... Will the
> infrastructure bill, the funding match processes,
> and Congressional appropriations flow to projects
> like the Hemet extension, or Coachella Valley, Del
> Mar Bluffs, or will it be pissed away on the gold
> plated runaway money train? That will depend a
> lot on what Cbngress does, how the administration
> implements it, and on actual local Congressmen,
> like Ken Calvert, bringing home the money to their
> local projects...
>
> On to Hemet any time soon? As the zen master
> likes to say: "We'll see?"


This Metrolink PDF is from Dec 25, 2015 and claims:
metrolinktrains.com/metrolink_matters_2016



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  LA-Palm Springs - Redlands wants quiet zones ElGringo 07-13-2021 - 18:12
  Re: LA-Palm Springs - Redlands wants quiet zones Sgt. Joe Friday 07-14-2021 - 08:03
  Re: LA-Palm Springs - Redlands wants quiet zones FUD 07-14-2021 - 08:20
  Re: LA-Palm Springs - Redlands wants quiet zones JMann 07-14-2021 - 10:40
  Re: LA-Palm Springs - Redlands wants quiet zones Elmer 07-14-2021 - 12:12
  Re: LA-Palm Springs - Redlands wants quiet zones FUD 07-14-2021 - 13:10
  Re: Redlands wants quiet zones-sold the old El Camino and Brownie's Buick long ago...Waxing the pickup truck.... BOB2 07-14-2021 - 15:19
  Re: Redlands wants quiet zones-sold the old El Camino and Brownie's Buick long ago...Waxing the pickup truck.... ElGringo 07-14-2021 - 17:59
  Re: Hemet....? BOB2 07-14-2021 - 19:52
  Murrieta, Temecula, San Jacinto, Hemet, Lake Elsinore and Wildomar Ghost of xmas 2015 07-14-2021 - 21:04
  Re: Murrieta, Temecula, San Jacinto, Hemet, Lake Elsinore and Wildomar An Observer 07-15-2021 - 10:15


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