Nice to hear Jimmie Rodgers, anyhow. But the train horn is the least of San Rafael's worries about the SMART train. When the system starts running, it will back up traffic on Mission Avenue and on an already busy Third Street all the way back to the Highway 101 turnoff, which is already backed up during commute hours.
|From Planning for Reality|
The reality of the future impact of the SMART train on San Rafael is beginning to sink in: See San Rafael wants a delay in SMART trains to Larkspur. Reading the comments to the story is entertaining, even with pronounced thread drift.