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Caltrain will mark the completion of its San Bruno grade-separation project with a community celebration on May 10.The $155 million project elevated the Caltrain station and tracks at three crossings in San Bruno, Calif. The project was designed to improve safer conditions for motorists and pedestrians, as well as to reduce congestion to and from Highway 101 in San Bruno, Caltrain officials said in a press release.The celebration will feature speeches from local officials, display tables from local businesses and organizations, live music, food for purchase and other attractions.
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