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- Transportation and Circulation Commission - Agenda - Aug 20, 2019 7:00 PM
- Residential Design Review Committee - Agenda - Aug 19, 2019 5:30 PM
- Planning Commission - Agenda - Aug 19, 2019 7:00 PM
- Residential Design Review Committee - Minutes - Jul 15, 2019 5:30 PM
- Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission - Agenda - Aug 7, 2019 7:00 PM
- Residential Design Review Committee - Agenda - Aug 5, 2019 5:30 PM
- Planning Commission - Agenda - Aug 5, 2019 7:00 PM
- City Council - Minutes - Jun 24, 2019 7:00 PM
- City Council - Agenda - Aug 12, 2019 7:00 PM
- City Council - Agenda - Jul 22, 2019 7:00 PM
- Emergency Exit FailCaltrain's new EMU train cars have an unusual configuration with two sets of doors. The lower level doors will be used at existing Caltrain stations, while the intermediate level doors (above the wheels at the ends of each car) are intended to be used at an undetermined date in the 2030s once these trains begin […]
- Thoughts on Grade SeparationsThe emerging Caltrain business plan is broaching the issue of grade separations, a decadal process that has been underway, well, for decades. We're already 63% of the way there today, with another dozen new grade separation projects in various stages of planning or construction. Achieving a reasonable level of grade separation for the peninsula corridor is […]
- Foundation Progress TrackerOne way to measure the progress of a large and complex construction program like the Peninsula Corridor Electrification Program is to count how many foundations have been completed. This is a revealing metric, since foundation construction is currently the top risk on the program due to surprises when digging holes along the right of way. It's […]
- Eyes on BikesThe configuration of the new EMU bike cars is controversial because seating and bikes are not currently planned to be located together on the same level, which prevents riders from keeping an eye on their bikes and increases the risk of theft. A workshop is planned to resolve this eyes-on-bikes controversy.Bike Capacity ShenanigansClouding the issue […]
- 1 Bike Less = 1 Car LessA packed bike car(photo: Steve Wilhelm)Bikes Onboard, an advocacy group for Caltrain's globally-unique system of carrying thousands of bicycles on board crowded rush hour trains, is lobbying for more bicycle storage space on Caltrain's new EMUs. The argument goes that creating more space for bikes encourages people to leave their car at home, resulting in […]
- CityTrees awarded grant to plant 129 street trees in Redwood CityCityTrees, the Redwood City nonprofit responsible for growing and maintaining the urban forest, was awarded a grant to plant another 129 trees in the Stambaugh-Heller neighborhood and at six high school campuses.
- More talk for San Mateo’s General Plan
- Redwood City nonprofit aims to connect tech companies, public schoolsAs Redwood City resident Cody Voellinger’s children approached school age, he became increasingly aware of the challenges facing the city’s public school system.
- Candidates and ballot measures set for November election in San Mateo CountyThe slate of candidates vying for seats on the Burlingame, San Carlos and San Mateo-Foster City school district races has solidified after an extended filing deadline for races in which an incumbent chose not to run closed Wednesday.
- Partnership aids Redwood City Elementary School District overhaul