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Caltrain faces the prospect of deep service cuts because of a $30 million budget deficit in the coming fiscal year. Caltrain officials say part of the rail system’s problem is that it lacks a dedicated funding source, and instead relies on rider fees and money from three transit agencies. How do Caltrain supporters plan to address the deficit?

Guests:
Mike Rosenberg, staff writer covering South Bay transportation issues for the San Mateo County Times
Yoriko Kishimoto, former mayor of Palo Alto and co-founder of Friends of Caltrain
Chuck Harvey, deputy CEO of Caltrain and the San Mateo County Transit District
Randy Rentschler, director of legislation and public affairs for the Metropolitan Transportation Commission

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