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Category Archives: Sunnyvale
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
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
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
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
This update from Kevin Jackson of Sunnyvale: On Tuesday, June 19, the Sunnyvale City Council passed a Bicyclist Anti-Harassment Ordinance, sponsored by the Sunnyvale Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee. The Sunnyvale ordinance is modeled after a recent Los Angeles ordinance and makes … Continue reading