Train passengers wait to board an Amtrak San Joaquin train at downtown Fresno's Amtrak station in this December 2016 file photo.
A $500.5 million grant from the state will add two additional daily trains directly to Sacramento starting in about 2020, as well as a new Amtrak passenger station in Madera at a site yet to be determined.
Train passengers wait to board an Amtrak San Joaquin train at downtown Fresno's Amtrak station in this December 2016 file photo. A $500.5 million grant from the state will add two additional daily trains directly to Sacramento starting in about 2020, as well as a new Amtrak passenger station in Madera at a site yet to be determined. Silvia Flores Fresno Bee file photo
Train passengers wait to board an Amtrak San Joaquin train at downtown Fresno's Amtrak station in this December 2016 file photo. A $500.5 million grant from the state will add two additional daily trains directly to Sacramento starting in about 2020, as well as a new Amtrak passenger station in Madera at a site yet to be determined. Silvia Flores Fresno Bee file photo

Gas-tax grant means more trains to Sacramento and a new passenger station in Madera

April 28, 2018 04:27 PM