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August 06, 2017

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Joe

The weekend edition of the Daily Post added this tidbit to the train collision: "Caltrain said in the last year at least three vehicles have been hit by a train at the intersection".

Peter Garrison

I don't think the train hits them as much as they don't get out of the train's way.

Up the Camino

I think you are right. If the choice was breaking through the gate or getting the whole care totaled wouldn't you just hit the gas and go through the gate??????????

choochoo

Time to grade separate that intersection:
http://www.greencaltrain.com/2016/05/burlingame-city-council-chooses-split-design-for-broadway-grade-separation/

BMW

There is something wrong with that traffic signal. Which is compounded by the poorly put-down lane markings and awful signal placement.

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