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April 14, 2010



My wife and I ride the train daily. Burlingame is on what I call the "slow train schedule". Burlingame Ave usually only gets one train per hour, whereas Millbrae, Hillsdale, and other big stations get many more stops.

Bullet trains started in 2003 and I suspect the frequency of trains stopping at Burlingame Ave hasn't changed a whole lot since then (we get skipped a lot).

The nice thing is that they now do sprinkle an extra stop in the morning during the peak commute. If I miss my southbound, or my wife misses the northbound, we can catch another one about a half-hour later. This also keeps the donut shop in business.

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