Monthly Archives: February 2013

Redwood City City Council Affirms Support for Complete Streets

At Monday’s Redwood City Council meeting, Redwood City City Council members affirmed their support for improved safety and Redwood City’s long tradition of Complete Streets.  Council members said they were committed to improving safety, even if there are some strong objections … Continue reading

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Monday night February 25, Redwood City to revisit Complete Streets program

On Monday night, the Redwood City City Council is set to revisit and refine its commitment to streets that are safe for walking and bicycling. Recently, after hearing mixed feedback about making Farm Hill Blvd safer, the City Council wants to … Continue reading

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Tuesday Feb 26: A tight vote is expected in Sunnyvale on Lawrence Station Area Plan

This coming Tuesday, February 26,  Sunnyvale City Council will give direction on the Lawrence Station Area Plan.  The plan they will review, crafted with input from the Citizens Advisory Committee, proposes to transform the disjointed area into a mixed used … Continue reading

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South San Francisco Downtown Station Area Plan

This is an exciting time for South San Francisco with the very first drafting of a Downtown Station Area Plan for a more vibrant, walkable, and transit-oriented neighborhood. The Station Area Plan includes the ¼ mile area surrounding the Caltrain … Continue reading

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Mountain View City Council considers “trip cap” for North Bayshore area

In reviewing a transportation study for the “North Bayshore area” where Google is headquartered, the Mountain View City Council were leaning toward a policy that would cap vehicle trips at the current level of 22,700 trips per day. The Council also … Continue reading

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San Carlos City Council approves Transit Village Environmental Report; decisions on housing and transportation to come

On January 28, the San Carlos City Council voted 3-2 to certify the Final Environmental Impact Report for San Carlos Transit Village at the San Carlos transit station.   However, important decisions about the project are yet to come regarding housing and transportation. … Continue reading

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