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Comments for Peninsula Transportation Alternatives http://peninsulatransportation.org Promoting sustainable, safe, and convenient transportation and land use for the San Francisco Peninsula from San Francisco to San Jose Tue, 20 Oct 2015 02:41:59 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.13 Comment on Santa Clara to review Silicon Valley’s largest ever mixed use development by admin http://peninsulatransportation.org/santa-clara-to-review-silicon-valleys-largest-ever-mixed-use-development/#comment-13336 Tue, 20 Oct 2015 02:41:59 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2996#comment-13336 the EIR should cover water

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Comment on Santa Clara to review Silicon Valley’s largest ever mixed use development by Ben Lerner http://peninsulatransportation.org/santa-clara-to-review-silicon-valleys-largest-ever-mixed-use-development/#comment-13335 Tue, 20 Oct 2015 01:28:54 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2996#comment-13335 Where’s the water coming from for all those new water hook-ups?

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Comment on LinkedIn plans for 35% drivealone rate in Shoreline offices, with paid parking for commuters by Neil http://peninsulatransportation.org/linkedin-plans-for-35-drivealone-rate-in-shoreline-offices-with-paid-parking-for-commuters/#comment-13333 Mon, 19 Oct 2015 21:25:46 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2992#comment-13333 Probably, but really this is Mountain View’s own fault. I mean, if you constantly approve more office space but no housing near that office space, what exactly do you expect will happen? Tech companies run fleets of shuttle buses and support biking to try to alleviate congestion but there’s only so much they can do on their own. We need nearby housing, better transit, and more protected bike lanes.

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Comment on LinkedIn plans for 35% drivealone rate in Shoreline offices, with paid parking for commuters by Mountain Viewer http://peninsulatransportation.org/linkedin-plans-for-35-drivealone-rate-in-shoreline-offices-with-paid-parking-for-commuters/#comment-13318 Fri, 16 Oct 2015 05:03:28 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2992#comment-13318 I think that the goal should really be no new net solo trip. Bike/Ped improvements are clearly not enough to achieve that goal , So yes, I’m looking at LinkedIn to do some (like housing that is within walkable/bikable distance). If I’m not mistaken, Google has proposed a “no net new car” project.

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Comment on LinkedIn plans for 35% drivealone rate in Shoreline offices, with paid parking for commuters by farazS http://peninsulatransportation.org/linkedin-plans-for-35-drivealone-rate-in-shoreline-offices-with-paid-parking-for-commuters/#comment-13316 Thu, 15 Oct 2015 22:26:20 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2992#comment-13316 Yes, which is why they’re contributing bike/ped infrastructure improvements to the advantage of all MV residents who wish to use those facilities. So is the point of contention that the tradeoff is not sufficiently beneficial to MV or that MV doesn’t need/want those improvements in the first place.

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Comment on LinkedIn plans for 35% drivealone rate in Shoreline offices, with paid parking for commuters by Jeff Rensch http://peninsulatransportation.org/linkedin-plans-for-35-drivealone-rate-in-shoreline-offices-with-paid-parking-for-commuters/#comment-13304 Wed, 14 Oct 2015 20:55:27 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2992#comment-13304 Outstanding report, thanks

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Comment on LinkedIn plans for 35% drivealone rate in Shoreline offices, with paid parking for commuters by Mountain Viewer http://peninsulatransportation.org/linkedin-plans-for-35-drivealone-rate-in-shoreline-offices-with-paid-parking-for-commuters/#comment-13303 Wed, 14 Oct 2015 20:41:48 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2992#comment-13303 Future mode share numbers are great but how many net new solo trips will be added? As an example, assuming 4,000 additional Linkedin employees in North Bayshore and a 35% mode share, wouldn’t this result in 1,400 additional drivealone trips?

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Comment on Live or work near transit? A tale of Palo Alto, San Mateo, SurveyMonkey, and housing affordability by markweiss86 http://peninsulatransportation.org/live-or-work-near-transit-a-tale-of-palo-alto-san-mateo-surveymonkey-and-housing-affordability/#comment-13244 Fri, 02 Oct 2015 19:54:55 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2985#comment-13244 My title which links back to yours is “Race Track turns monkey house”
https://markweiss86.wordpress.com/2015/10/02/race-track-turns-monkey-house/

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Comment on Live or work near transit? A tale of Palo Alto, San Mateo, SurveyMonkey, and housing affordability by Race track turns monkey house | Plastic Alto with Mark Weiss http://peninsulatransportation.org/live-or-work-near-transit-a-tale-of-palo-alto-san-mateo-surveymonkey-and-housing-affordability/#comment-13243 Fri, 02 Oct 2015 19:53:43 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2985#comment-13243 […] and: I put this on someone else’s coverage of such: […]

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Comment on Live or work near transit? A tale of Palo Alto, San Mateo, SurveyMonkey, and housing affordability by markweiss86 http://peninsulatransportation.org/live-or-work-near-transit-a-tale-of-palo-alto-san-mateo-surveymonkey-and-housing-affordability/#comment-13242 Fri, 02 Oct 2015 19:16:10 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2985#comment-13242 “strict”, rather

in my wordpress blog, “plastic alto” which covers everything from hip hop to TOD, I tend to edit in their favor errors such as this, but do as you see fit.

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