Jefferson Avenue train bridge might be demolished

A bridge built in 1999 separates the railroad tracks with Jefferson Avenue below. City of Redwood City photo.

Daily Post Staff Writer

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The 22-year-old train bridge that goes over Jefferson Avenue in Redwood City could be torn down and reconstructed as part of the city’s plans to separate the railroad tracks from roads at six points across the city.

The bridge over the lowered road was completed in 1999 and cost $14.2 million to build. That’s a far cry from the $180 million price tag on …

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  1. Does this mean SM County will dis continue the commute train? The point of putting the crossing under the tracks was to not have autos backed up to El Camino.

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