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Caltrain's long-awaited "Baby Bullet" commuter rail service which promises a quick shot from San Jose to San Francisco is loaded and ready to fly.
New tracks have been put in, new computerized signals installed, and new rail cars and locomotives purchased. Schedules have been set, and tests of the speedy commuter rail service have been completed.
After two years of work, the service premieres Monday during the morning commute.
Commuters on the weekday service can expect much quicker trips up and down the Peninsula aboard the five morning and five evening trains that make up the Baby Bullet service. To meet commute demands, three of the trains will run northbound in the morning and two southbound with three southbound and one northbound in the evening.
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