Open Letter to Cal-Train / Sam-Trans in San Carlos, Northern California – About Dead Bodies Found on Their Railroad Tracks.
This quasi-governmental organization
has taken NO responsibility
for SCORES of similar deaths along
their tracks down the San Francisco
Peninsula into central Santa Clara Valley.
“Assisted Suicide” in the dictionary may have a
picture of Dr. Kavorkian and a Cal-Train engine.
|Information for hearing impaired:
|Regional Traveler Information:
1250 San Carlos Ave.
P.O. Box 3006
San Carlos, CA 94070-1306
The only thing Cal-Train / Sam-Trans has
done is to make signs posting at some
train track areas.
These signs state “Help is Available”
The 800 number is answered by a phone bank
near Omaha, Nebraska
Note the Missouri River is hundreds of miles from
and even farther from the San Francisco Peninsula.
Go figure, how can they possibly help?!?
Furthermore, why cannot the train system implement
modern, high-tech solutions in order to prevent
assisted suicides – too many bodies are found dead along
Cal-Train’s / Southern Pacific Railroad tracks – ???
It is too late to act responsibly.
But tomorrow is only Tuesday or Wednesday and as soon
as The Southern Pacific – once owned by Leland Stanford – could take effective measures.
Cal-Train operates (in California for commuting train service between San Francisco and Gilroy, Northern California)
operated and managed by
= the San Mateo County Transit Authority
main offices in San Carlos, California
General Manager Mr.Scanlon
Transit Manager ________
Announcer and Eligibility Czar Ms.Cowell
Also note: Almost as bad as Cal-Train / Sam-Trans management
= R. F. T. A. and their “Traveler” paratransit system
(Rafta’ serves Aspen, Colorado; and to a lesser degree, the Roaring Fork
attempts to serve all of Garfield and Pitkin Counties in Western Colorado . . . approximately 140 miles west of Denver along the Amtrak California – Zephyr line and adjacent to busy Colorado Highway 82, Gran Avenue, Grand Avenue, (6th Street U.S Highway 6, New Castle, Silt, and Rifle Colorado); towns west of “Glentucky” Springs by the Colorado River and U. S. Interstate Highway 70 . . .
D. A. Dailey
Max’s Scout Services & Communications
of the Americas , LLC