Monthly Archives: August 2012

San Jose’s New Buffered Bike Lanes Benefit Everyone

Last month San Jose embarked upon a major transformation of its car-choked downtown streets – converting general travel lanes on several blocks of 3th, 4th, 10th, and 11th streets, all running north-south streets and all with (formerly) three lanes in each … Continue reading

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Santa Clara County trail funding moves forward

Today, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approved a timeline and process to allocate $10.4 million in Trail funding. The money was originally provided by Stanford as mitigation in the 2000 General Use Permit agreement with Santa Clara County. … Continue reading

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Tuesday the Santa Clara Supervisors could move Bay Trail funding forward

In June, the Santa Clara Board of Supervisors delayed a decision about the process to invest $10.4 million in trail funding. The money was dedicated to spend on trails back in 2000 to compensate for the Dish Trail spur extensions … Continue reading

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