- Everybody wins – helping East Palo Alto residents drive less
- SamTrans sees 3% growth in ECR ridership up 3% in first month; kicks off study of speed improvements
- City of San Mateo leans toward variably priced parking, less driving for downtown
- Menlo Park Transportation Commission votes unanimously to remove parking from Laurel Street bike lane
- Can Mountain View San Antonio be a place?
- December 16: Share your vision for Caltrain a decade from now
- Judge tosses High Speed Rail funding plan; what does this mean for Caltrain electrification?
- San Mateo County shuttle schedules going online
- MTC considering regional approach to Cap and Trade; BART, Muni, AC Transit have dibs
- Can Downtown Extension to Transbay be built by 2022?
- Companies Say Goodbye to the 'Burbs - Yahoo Finance
- San Jose Diridon Station Area Plan Study Session
- Hillsdale postpones shopping center renovation plans: Mall expansion halted for further economic review - - San Mateo Daily Journal
- Secret Weapon in Mall Battle - Parking Apps - NYTimes.com
- A seat on the bus | News | Mountain View Online |
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Last night, the Palo Alto PTC recommended that City Council make the Charlston-Arastradero corridor restriping permanent including some fine-tuning recommended in the staff report. City Council will review the project in September. Letters to PTC favored the project 26-8. About … Continue reading
Palo Alto City Council approved the California Avenue streetscape project unanimously, after a motion to go ahead with a trial failed 2:7 (Holman/Schmid). The project will reduce the low-vehicle-traffic 4-lane street to 2 lanes, and use the additional space for … Continue reading
The Sunnyvale City Council voted to approve the cyclist anti-harassment ordinance on Tuesday July 17, on a 6:1 vote, with Davis dissenting. The ordinance, based on a measure passed last year in Los Angeles, enables a cyclist to file a … Continue reading
Palo Alto is now studying ways to update its downtown parking policies to better manage growing business and residential development. Recent growth in both the number of downtown workers and retail businesses have increased demand for vehicle parking. Some residents … Continue reading
On Tuesday July 10 as part of its review and approval of the 2030 General Plan, Mountain View City Council voted to escalate the priority of doing a Precise Plan for the San Antonio area, assuming that city staff is … Continue reading
Back in 1994, the Lloyd District in Portland faced a dilemma. The second largest employment area in Portland, including offices, a shopping mall, and some residences, was planning for major growth. The district wanted to double the number of employees … Continue reading