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From the case study "Trains are Coming--the Story of e-BART." Sitting in the brand new DMU train for e-BART in 2018. A DMU is a lightweight, self-propelled vehicle serving BART’s 10-mile extension to Antioch.
From the case study "Resolving Suburban/Urban Conflicts." Beginning in 2017, BART began replacing its 40-year-old fleet with new Fleet of the Future train cars. The cars have a digital screen with the BART system map and next stop information.
From the case study "Resolving Suburban/Urban Conflicts." As Chair of the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Agency, I visited the Sacramento Siemans’ manufacturing plant to view the new Charger locomotive. The locomotive includes state-of-art technology and environmental components and meets 100% Buy America requirements. Capitol Corridor passenger trains serve a 168-mile route at 17 stations between San Jose in the San Francisco Bay Area and Auburn in the Sierra foothills. Accompanying me were Lucas Frerichs, Vice-Chair, and David Kutrosky, Managing Director of the CCJPA.
Riding the Capitol Corridor train back from a meeting in November 2016. I’m holding a model locomotive commemorating my 12 years on the Board of Directors of the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Agency.
From the case study "And Now On With the Show! Building a Performing and Visual Arts Center for Walnut Creek." Opening night October 4, 1990 was headlined by Bob Hope, Diahann Carroll, and Vic Damone.
From the case study "And Now On With the Show! Building a Performing and Visual Arts Center for Walnut Creek." As Mayor, I met backstage with legendary Bob Hope, joined by Bill Armstrong, Chair of the Regional Center for the Arts, Inc. fundraising organization.