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Monday, August 8, 2011

Addendum: California coastal sleeper route


Coast Daylight
Coast Starlight
California Zephyr
  Lark
San Francisco TBT
    5:20


   20:20
Millbrae-SFO
    5:44


   20:44
Palo Alto
    6:06


   21:06
Mountain View
    6:18


   21:18
Santa Clara
    6:38


   21:38
Oakland JLS
  
  B8:50
C14:50

San Jose
    6:45
  10:07
  16:07
   21:45
Gilroy
    7:21


   22:21
Pajaro
 A7:52


A22:52
Salinas
    8:24
  11:48
  17:48
   23:24
Soledad
      A


      A
King City
 A9:12


  A0:12
Paso Robles
  10:18
  13:38
  19:38
     1:18
San Luis Obispo
  11:33
  15:20
  21:20
     2:33
Grover Beach
  11:56


     2:56
Guadalupe-Santa Maria
  12:14


     3:14
Santa Barbara
  14:26
   18:17
    0:17
     5:26
Oxnard
  15:11
D19:05
 D1:05
     6:11
Simi Valley
  15:46
D19:38
 D1:38
     6:46
Chatsworth
  15:59


     6:59
Van Nuys
  16:16
D20:05
 D2:05
     7:16
Glendale
  16:34


     7:34
Los Angeles
  17:00
  21:00
    3:00
     8:00



Coast Daylight
Coast  Starlight
Lark
California Zephyr
Los Angeles
    9:05
  10:15
21:05
  22:30
Glendale
    9:18

21:18

Van Nuys
    9:36
R10:47
21:36
R23:02
Chatsworth
    9:53

21:53

Simi Valley
  10:11
R11:23
22:11
R23:38
Oxnard
  10:41
  11:55
22:41

Santa Barbara
  11:41
  12:48
23:41
    0:26
Guadalupe-Santa Maria
  12:38

  0:38

Grover Beach
  12:56

  0:56

San Luis Obispo
  13:37
  15:43
  1:37
    3:21
Paso Robles
  14:39
  16:45
  2:39
    4:23
King City
A15:45

A3:45

Soledad
      A

   A

Salinas
   16:41
  18:36
  4:41
    7:14
Pajaro
A17:05

A5:05

Gilroy
  17:36

  5:36

San Jose
  18:25
  20:39
  6:25
   8:17
Oakland JLS

E21:32

G9:25
Santa Clara
  18:33

  6:33

Mountain View
  18:42

  6:42

Palo Alto
  18:53

  6:53

Millbrae-SFO
  19:02

  7:02

San Francisco TBT
  19:35

  7:35


Notes and symbols:
1. The California Zephyr is extended southward to Los Angeles after Amtrak deems it more feasible than restoring the Desert Wind via Las Vegas
2. The Lark is an all-sleeper train operated as a nighttime complement to the Coast Daylight. The operator is presumed to be the same entity that eventually wins the Caltrain contract
3. Once track conditions have been improved, trains will take about eight hours between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The improved tracks would allow for more frequencies to be added—including a second Seattle-Oakland-Los Angeles train

A-Future stop
B-From Seattle 
C-From Chicago
D-Stops only to discharge passengers 
E-Continues to Seattle
G-Continues to Chicago
R-Stops only to receive passengers

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