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- Planning Commission - Webcast - Jun 7, 2021 7:00 PM
- Planning Commission - Webcast - Jun 21, 2021 7:00 PM
- Residential Design Review Committee - Agenda - Jun 21, 2021 5:30 PM
- Planning Commission - Agenda - Jun 21, 2021 7:00 PM
- Economic Development Advisory Commission - Agenda - Jun 22, 2021 4:00 PM
- City Council - Minutes - May 24, 2021 6:00 PM
- City Council - Minutes - May 10, 2021 7:00 PM
- City Council - Minutes - May 1, 2021 9:00 AM
- City Council - Webcast - Jun 14, 2021 7:00 PM
- Transportation and Circulation Commission - Agenda - Jun 15, 2021 7:00 PM
- The Exploding Cost of Grade SeparationsRecently, the San Mateo County Transportation Authority prepared a grade separation program update, discussing past and future projects. What immediately jumps out of this document, and others published by Caltrain, is the exploding cost of grade separation projects. The project budgets are shooting through the roof, vastly outpacing inflation. Typical of this cost explosion is […]
- Redwood City Grade Seps: We Must Do BetterThe first preliminary engineering plans for the downtown Redwood City grade separations are out. This isn't your average grade separation: it underpins the most important new piece of rail corridor infrastructure that will enable future Caltrain service to be much better than it is today. Redwood City will become the main overtaking location for Caltrain, […]
- Vote Yes on Measure RRFor all the criticism of Caltrain that you might have read on this blog over the last decade, you might think that my support for the upcoming Measure RR 1/8th cent sales tax measure in the three counties served by the peninsula rail corridor would be tepid at best, and that I’m no friend of […]
- High-Speed Rail DEIRThe first thing to notice about the new high-speed rail San Francisco - San Jose Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) is that it sets up a straw-man alternative B, which is set to be dropped in favor of alternative A because it is less effective and more expensive. So we'll focus on the preferred alternative […]
- PCEP: Farce MajeureThis post serves as a place to track monthly status updates of the Peninsula Corridor Electrification Program, peeling back the rosy pronouncements put forth by the managers of this deeply troubled project. Let's start off with our handy foundation & pole progress tracker, updated monthly Now also, in the manner of this XKCD cartoon that […]
- Masks seemingly sticking around in San Mateo CountyAfter California fully reopened June 15, people have been able to go out and start resuming more normal activities and businesses across the county have adapted to the new guidelines with the option to enforce masks — or not.
- SamTrans seeks unpaid debt
- New surfing school offered in Half Moon BayA fifth surfing school will begin offering commercial lessons this summer in Half Moon Bay at Surfers Beach following city approval.
- San Carlos life science development approvedA new life science development was approved for construction in San Carlos’ growing East Side Innovation District, receiving strong praise from the city’s Planning Commission for its design features and preservation of some of the existing building’s infrastructure.
- San Mateo County police reports: Wednesday • June 23, 2021