Pulse poll

Question of the week: What’s the most important part of the train station project?

By From page A11 | May 02, 2014

Fairfield’s train station project includes not only a train station, but homes and an improvement to Peabody Road.

What do you think is the most important part of the project? Do you think it should be scrapped?

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Yes: 46 percent

No: 54 percent

67 Daily Republic voters


Discussion | 3 comments

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  • The MisterApril 27, 2014 - 7:15 am

    Diamond Jim Spering making a huge profit!

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  • CD BrooksApril 27, 2014 - 7:55 am

    Thanks Brad! The projects were tied together making this a tougher question. The overpass is by far the most important component and most desired by all commuters using that corridor. The rest is an unnecessary expansion of more unprotected territory.

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  • JagApril 27, 2014 - 8:56 am

    This project is a huge waste of money. Fairfield and Suisun have more than enough housing on the market as it is right now and if you continue to build more housing you are just driving down the market price and although the overpass would help I don’t think it has to be done at this time I sit in traffic every day from here to San Francisco and that Peabody road traffic is nothing.

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