Monthly Archives: December 2012

San Carlos Transit Village gets more environmentally friendly

The San Carlos City Council has its final review of the Final Environmental Impact Report for the San Carlos Transit Village scheduled for January 14, after an initial meeting on December 10. The San Carlos Transit Village, to be built … Continue reading

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Sunnyvale seeks improvements to disconnected, underutilized Lawrence Station Area

On a cloudy Saturday, December 15, Friends of Caltrain, Sunnyvale Cool Cities and the Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter Sustainable Land Use Committee partnered on a walking tour to learn more about the City of Sunnyvale’s plans to update the … Continue reading

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Mountain View City Council moves forward on street safety

Mountain View police have cracked down on speeding and stepped up education efforts after two recent pedestrian deaths, and three collisions with children walking on Castro Street to Graham Middle School. The enforcement and education efforts were detailed in a … Continue reading

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Redwood City gets grant to track and analyze traffic collisions; Menlo Park proposes not tracking collisions

Last week, the city of Redwood City received a $28,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a traffic collision database and mapping software system. According to Senior Transportation Coordinator Jessica Manzi, the software will allow them … Continue reading

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Redwood City plans Complete Streets Study session on February 25

Redwood City staff are planning a Complete Streets study session for February 25, 2013, in response to the Redwood City City Council’s direction in October to come back with improved recommendations relating to the Farm Hill Road Diet proposal. At … Continue reading

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