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Can Caltrain Keep Up With Growing Ridership?

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Keeping up with Caltrain Ridership Adina Levin - Friends of Caltrain June 2015


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Keeping up with Caltrain ridership Underlying trends driving ridership growth How Caltrain can keep up with growth Grade separations Funding and participation opportunities


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Ridership doubled in last decade Dot.Com Crash Great Recession Baby Bullet


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Fastest-growing transit in Bay Area


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Rapid growth in Mountain View, Palo Alto Average weekday ridership growth Rank 2012 2013 2014 Change Palo Alto University 2 4,461 5,469 6,156 38% Mountain View 3 3,670 3,876 4,274 16%


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Trains are crowded


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Trains are crowded Platforms 4th & King Standing room only


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Transit corridor growth State policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, coordinate transportation & land use Accommodate 80% of housing, 60% of job growth in < 5% of land with transit access


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Back to the Future Caltrain corridor is original transitoriented development Cities grew around train RWC, PA, MV 1938


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Cars off the freeway If Caltrain were shut down, it would take 4-5 extra lanes on Highway 101 to carry the extra rush hour traffic. 1,500 cars/hour/lane 8,000 pax/peak hour trad peak 6,000 pax/peak hour rev. peak


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City policies to reduce trips Transportation Demand Management ● Accommodate more people with less cars, traffic, parking demand ● Transit passes, shuttles, carpool, carshare, education/marketing ● Transportation Management Association Nonprofit (typically) ● Funded by employers, developments, parking ● Data, reporting, accountability Established Developing


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Goals to reduce drivealone Mountain View North Bayshore ● 45% drivealone (55% today) Downtown Palo Alto ● 30% reduction (55% today)


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Changing transportation preferences Younger people driving less… ● Average miles driven by 16 to 34 year-olds dropped by 23% between 2001 & 2009 ● 75% of millennials expect to live in a place where they do not need a car to get around ● Caltrain rider average income $117,000 (could drive if they wanted to) ● 55% are under 35...


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Better access to jobs in San Francisco Central Subway 2019 Downtown extension to Transbay 202x Credit: Clem TIllier


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Better access to jobs in San Francisco Central Subway 2019 Connects to Powell Street BART and Muni Metro


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Diridon and the BART Connection Diridon Station Area Plan ● 20,000+ jobs ● 2600 housing units ● ~20,000 avg daily BART ● ~20,000 avg daily Caltrain ● Up from ~4,000 Caltrain ● 40% drivealone mode share


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Double ridership in the next decade “We need to double Caltrain ridership from 60,000 to 120,000 daily trips by the next decade” Carl Guardino, Silicon Valley Leadership Group


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Peak hour capacity How many people can travel at peak hour # train cars # people per car (seated, standing, bikes) # trains per hour Even distribution (are some cars less full)


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How can Caltrain keep up? Current peak - 5 car trains, 5 trains per hour = 25


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1) Surplus cars from LA Metrolink 6 cars x 5 trains per hour = 30


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2) Electrification ● Faster acceleration More stops in same end to end time ● Serve underserved stations Lawrence, Santa Clara ● But fewer seats per car 6 trains per hour x 6 car trains


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3) Longer platforms, level boarding 8-car trains Level boarding ● faster service ● better for mobility-impaired, strollers, bikes ● more reliable 6 trains/hour x 8 cars = 48


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4) Increase frequency Blended system: Caltrain & HSR share tracks Up to 2 HSR trains per hour without passing tracks Up to 4 HSR trains per hour with passing tracks Don’t need to wait for HSR 8 trains per hour x 8 car trains = 64


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Grade separations ● Frequency and reliability ● More frequent service leads to stress at intersections ● 40 at-grade crossings remaining (⅔ separated) ● San Mateo County has funding, Santa Clara County does not yet


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How can Caltrain keep up? Scenario Peak service Peak hour train cars Today 5x5 25 Metrolink used cars 6x5 30 Electrification 6x6 36 Longer platforms 6x8 48 Increase frequency (w/HSR) 8x8 64 Napkin math - watch for peak hour capacity # from Caltrain


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Grade separation options and costs Mountain View ● Rengstorff/Central $120M ● Castro - separate? close to cars?


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Grade separation options and costs Palo Alto ● Charleston, Meadow, Churchill ● Trench - $500M to $1B ● Development funds? Local tax?


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Cost for capacity improvements


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Funding sources Transportation Ballot Measures Santa Clara County (2016) San Mateo County (??) San Francisco (2016, 2018) 2018 - RM3 - renewed bridge tolls High Speed Rail State Cap and Trade funds


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Santa Clara County Ballot Measure 2016 - Envision Silicon Valley $3.5 Billion or $7 Billion BART to Diridon (and Santa Clara?) Caltrain Expressways/Freeways Road paving


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Upcoming decisions 1) Santa Clara County VTA Call for Projects 2) Transit Center / grade separation planning 3) Planning with High Speed Rail


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