Category Archives: Santa Clara

Santa Clara to review Silicon Valley’s largest ever mixed use development

On Tuesday October 20 and Monday October 26, the City of Santa Clara will host two community meetings for the environmental review of the largest mixed use project ever in Silicon Valley. On 230 acres of city-owned land just north … Continue reading

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Better buses in the South Bay transit network?

At the Mountain View City Council Candidates Forum on Housing and Transportation last week, Council candidates mentioned Caltrain, shuttles, light rail, walking and bicycling as key parts of their vision for improved transportation for Mountain View. Unfortunately, none of the … Continue reading

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Lawrence Station Area walking tour – residents want better walking, biking, and transit access

The journey to creating a healthy, transit rich environment for the Lawrence Caltrain Station continued on Saturday, October 12th. The Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Friends of Caltrain and the Sunnyvale Cool sponsored a Lawrence Station walking tour to increase community … Continue reading

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How will new San Jose Tamien development affect access to Caltrain station?

Last week, the VTA board advanced a proposal from the Dahlin Group to build a housing development with 263 rental units and 36 for-sale townhouse on the east side of the Tamien Caltrain and VTA Light Rail stations, on land … 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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