Monthly Archives: September 2012

Mountain View to brainstorm vision for San Antonio

On Saturday, October 27 and Saturday December 1, Mountain View will brainstorm ideas about the future of the San Antonio area.  The visioning sessions are the lead-in to the creation of a Precise Plan for the San Antonio Area. The … Continue reading

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Santa Clara County VTA keeps door open for Bus Rapid Transit dedicated lanes

At a meeting on Friday, September 21, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)  considered next steps for its Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project for El Camino Real. A proposal for dedicated lanes, which would provide the most speed advantage, had … Continue reading

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Palo Alto considers update to transportation in its comprehensive plan

On August 29, the Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commission considered revisions to the transportation element of its comprehensive plan. Palo Alto has been a strong role models in the region for environmentally friendly transportation planning supporting biking, walking, and … Continue reading

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Share your thoughts online about the proposed Bay Trail design

You can comment online about the proposed design for the Bay Trail segment to complete the gap near Facebook. The MidPeninsula Regional Open Space District gave a presentation yesterday in Menlo Park about the proposed design to fill the gap. … Continue reading

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Monday 9/10 and 9/24 – public design review for the Bay Trail Gap

On Monday September 10 in Menlo Park, and Monday September 24 in East Palo Alto, there are two upcoming meetings to review the design for the Bay Trail missing link near the Dumbarton Bridge. Located near Facebook and the Don … Continue reading

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