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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 Mon, 16 May 2016 22:15:58 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.14 Comment on City of Santa Clara plans largest project ever in Silicon Valley to be car-dominant by Should Santa Clara improve Great America station to serve largest-ever Silicon Valley development? | Peninsula Transportation Alternatives http://peninsulatransportation.org/city-of-santa-clara-plans-largest-project-ever-in-silicon-valley-to-be-car-dominant/#comment-14385 Mon, 16 May 2016 22:15:58 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=3048#comment-14385 […] ← Tonight: Community meeting, San Bruno walk and bike plan City of Santa Clara plans largest project ever in Silicon Valley to be car-dominant → […]

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Comment on City of Santa Clara plans largest project ever in Silicon Valley to be car-dominant by Bill Stewart http://peninsulatransportation.org/city-of-santa-clara-plans-largest-project-ever-in-silicon-valley-to-be-car-dominant/#comment-14355 Sat, 14 May 2016 01:13:59 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=3048#comment-14355 The Santa Clara City Council really needs to drive around the 237-880-101 triangle in both directions at 5pm until they get a clue.

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Comment on City of Santa Clara plans largest project ever in Silicon Valley to be car-dominant by Ralph http://peninsulatransportation.org/city-of-santa-clara-plans-largest-project-ever-in-silicon-valley-to-be-car-dominant/#comment-14344 Fri, 13 May 2016 08:27:52 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=3048#comment-14344 Horrible plan for transportation. Santana Row still bollockes up the freeway and roads around it. Have they learned nothing? If nothing is done now Santa Clara is locking in this for the next 50 years.

Levi Stadium was a give away for non-transit plans and now something even worse. Can’t wait to see what happens to the Great America site. Santa Clara will be a traffic hole in the county for decades to come.

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Comment on Should Santa Clara improve Great America station to serve largest-ever Silicon Valley development? by Ralph http://peninsulatransportation.org/should-santa-clara-improve-great-america-station-to-serve-largest-ever-silicon-valley-development/#comment-14343 Fri, 13 May 2016 07:54:35 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=3049#comment-14343 Yes, Yes, YES!

Santa Clara needs to have developers provide more for transportation to this development. They already messed up the Levi Stadium project with the private taking of the San Tomas Creek Trail. This is a once in a life time decision. Once the plan is in place nothing will change for 50 years.

Santa Clara, it is much better to get it right now, and vastly cheaper, than to try to fix it later. Not to mention the massive impact it will have on traffic and pollution in that corner of Sunnyvale.

Thanks you.

Ralph

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Comment on Should Santa Clara improve Great America station to serve largest-ever Silicon Valley development? by City of Santa Clara plans largest project ever in Silicon Valley to be car-dominant | Peninsula Transportation Alternatives http://peninsulatransportation.org/should-santa-clara-improve-great-america-station-to-serve-largest-ever-silicon-valley-development/#comment-14338 Fri, 13 May 2016 01:05:38 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=3049#comment-14338 […] ← Should Santa Clara improve Great America station to serve largest-ever Silicon Valley develop… […]

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Comment on Santa Clara to review Silicon Valley’s largest ever mixed use development by City of Santa Clara plans largest project ever in Silicon Valley to be car-dominant | Peninsula Transportation Alternatives http://peninsulatransportation.org/santa-clara-to-review-silicon-valleys-largest-ever-mixed-use-development/#comment-14337 Fri, 13 May 2016 00:50:51 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2996#comment-14337 […] transportation advocates, urging the City to strengthen sustainable transportation in the largest development project ever in Santa Clara County.  The response, to date, has been a […]

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Comment on Santa Clara to review Silicon Valley’s largest ever mixed use development by Should Santa Clara improve Great America station to serve largest-ever Silicon Valley development? | Peninsula Transportation Alternatives http://peninsulatransportation.org/santa-clara-to-review-silicon-valleys-largest-ever-mixed-use-development/#comment-14336 Fri, 13 May 2016 00:18:39 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2996#comment-14336 […] Clara City Council is soon planning to review the proposed development agreement for CityPlace, the largest development ever proposed in Silicon Valley. While the developer has shown […]

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Comment on A car-light, complete neighborhood in North Bayshore by Tuesday deadline – support Friends of Caltrain with #svgives | Green Caltrain http://peninsulatransportation.org/a-car-light-complete-neighborhood-in-north-bayshore/#comment-14252 Mon, 02 May 2016 18:54:45 +0000 http://peninsulatransportation.org/?p=2974#comment-14252 […] creating places that support sustainable transportation […]

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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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