Stop the Union Pacific late night trains through historic San Jose neighborhoods

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Kayla Jones
3 weeks ago
we know that the train has to blow it's horn for safety issues but why did the schedule change to occur during the middle of the night? Go back to the previous schedule and stop passing by at 4am in the morning.

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Shane Lee
Aug 31, 2020
I hope this can include all neighborhoods in Milpitas also.
I understand UP has a business to run while the residents also need to sleep at night time. So just run the train in the day times.

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Karina Rivas
Aug 8, 2020
i grew up right next to these damn train tracks and lol im not surprised its still a problem anyway ya they totally should stfu

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Marcus Pelletier
Jun 25, 2020
Can’t hurt. “It’s more efficient” was the excuse for putting lead in gasoline. UPRR will end up losing this battle...

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robert chon
Jun 25, 2020
When we moved into the building in 2015, the trains were nowhere near as bad as they are now. It was tolerable before.

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Anna Tran
Jun 24, 2020
The train honking throughout the night and day is affecting my quality of life.

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Manoj K
1 year ago
1. Scares my 1 year kid while she is asleep
2. They honk so many times
3. Just the sheer disturbance

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John Oberpriller
2 years ago
@MCavitt: Funny how SJC airport shuts down from midnight to 6:30am to abate the noise for its neighbors, but Union Pacific gets a free pass to wake ~1K families in the adjacent neighborhoods? I am sure the smart MBAs at Union Pacific can crunch the numbers and find solution that does not involve waking everyone up twice every night.

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William Pak
2 years ago
My family is often awoken by the over zealous horn blaring of passing trains in twilight hours

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janet diamond
2 years ago
I am tired, truly tired due to the trains that run at least twice each night. The wake me up and often I cannot get back to sleep. Our house is over 100 years old and the foundation shakes when these trains go by. The night trains are different than the day trains. They seem heavier and they make a deep rumbling sound that shakes to whole house. Since we moved here 6 years ago, the number of trains has increased a lot.
We want them stopped. Now.