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Millbrae station area plan next steps – city meeting 7/16, community meeting 7/21

This evening, Millbrae is hosting an information session on the Millbrae Station Area Plan, including the developments proposed for the area. The event is tonight,  Thursday, July 16 from 6-9 pm  Checuti Room, 450 Poplar Avenue, Millbrae Next week, Friends of Future Millbrae will … Continue reading

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New Palo Alto Downtown Commute survey shows 55 percent drivealone rate

The first employer survey for the Palo Alto Transportation Management Association shows a 55 percent drivealone commute rate, with 45% of commuters travelling to work in some other way.   17% of downtown commuters used Caltrain, and 15% of commuters … Continue reading

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Millbrae Station Area Plan – 70% driving rate; El Camino sharrows under a truck

Millbrae city council is reviewing a station area plan, environmental report, and two good-sized developments for the area near the Millbrae BART/Caltrain station.  At a study session last night, residents crowded the Chetcuti room in Millbrae city hall, many with concerns … Continue reading

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Tonight: June 22 – Palo Alto City Council considers $90 million in expressway expansions

At 6pm on Monday evening, Palo Alto City Council will be holding a study session on the Page Mill Road portion of the County Expressway plan.   These proposals for nearly $90 million in road capacity expansion could be submitted in … Continue reading

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Palo Alto considers office cap in hopes of reducing parking, traffic problems

On Monday night March 2, Palo Alto City Council is going to consider capping office development in the city to an annual limit of 35,000 to 50,000 of new office space per year.  A major underlying concern motivating a proposed cap is parking … Continue reading

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Mountain View City Council advances North Bayshore housing

Mountain View City Council agreed to move forward with plans for housing in North Bayshore where Google is, overturning the policy of the previous Council.  The change in policy followed a November election where the jobs/housing balance was a major … Continue reading

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Mountain View reconsiders housing in North Bayshore

After electing a pro-housing majority, the Mountain View City Council is reconvening to consider adding housing in the North Bayshore area where Google is. Starting at 6:30pm tonight, Tuesday Feb 3, City Council will decide on questions including whether to … Continue reading

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Peninsula corridor updates – Santa Clara, Palo Alto, San Jose, South San Francisco, Sunnyvale

Tonight, Monday January 26 at 5:30pm, the City of Santa Clara is having a major study session on a variety of transportation and land use topics including BART to Santa Clara, Bus Rapid Transit on El Camino Real, the Lawrence … Continue reading

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Mountain View City Council intends to build on Downtown parking lots

In a study session on Tuesday night, Mountain View City Council told staff to solicit bids for a hotel and parking on twin parking lots, and to come back to review concepts for housing on another, larger downtown lot at … Continue reading

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Housing and Transportation in Redwood City

How are transportation and housing costs related?  What decisions Redwood City about to make regarding housing and transportation?  This weekend, Sunday afternoon at the Back Yard in Redwood City, come learn, discuss, and get involved. Back Yard Coffee Co – … Continue reading

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