Since the circa 1962 the San Bruno Caltrain station has been near the corner of Huntington and Sylvan, but during construction of the BART extension to SFO, the San Bruno station was temporarily moved underneath Interstate 380 on Herman Street, just off Huntington Ave. This station was near Tanforan Shopping Center and the current San Bruno BART station. This relocation allowed construction of the BART subway beneath the San Bruno Caltrain station on its way to the airport. The temporary station was open during 2000-2003, and a newly renovated Caltrain station at the original location reopened in 2003 shortly before completion of the BART extension. The station is built beside Artichoke Joe's Casino.
In July 2010, Granite Construction was awarded a contract to build three rail bridges immediately North of the San Bruno station. The track will be elevated over Angus Avenue, San Mateo Avenue and San Bruno Avenue. A new train station will also be built above San Mateo and San Bruno Avenues, a few blocks north of the current station.http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Granite-Construction-Awarded-bw-857009829.html?x=0&.v=1 Contract awarded for three San... Read More