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- Youth Advisory Council - Minutes - Jan 9, 2019
- Economic Development Advisory Commission - Agenda - Feb 26, 2019 4:00 PM
- Residential Design Review Committee - Agenda - Feb 19, 2019 5:30 PM
- Transportation and Circulation Commission - Agenda - Feb 19, 2019 7:00 PM
- Planning Commission - Agenda - Feb 19, 2019 7:00 PM
- City Council - Minutes - Jan 14, 2019 7:00 PM
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- City Council - Webcast - Feb 11, 2019 7:00 PM
- Youth Advisory Council - Agenda - Feb 13, 2019 7:00 PM
- Youth Advisory Council - Agenda - Jan 9, 2019
- Palo Alto: Designing in a VacuumPalo Alto is continuing the fraught public process of winnowing down the feasible and acceptable options for grade separating the four remaining rail crossings. Having hired an engineering consultant, the city is busily making plans for railroad land that doesn't belong to it and over which it has no jurisdiction.The fancy renderings from a recent […]
- Billions of Seconds WastedThe latest tweaks to the design of the San Francisco Downtown Extension (DTX) rail alignment can be seen in a March 2018 track plan and profile drawing. Because it largely follows the street grid, it's no secret that the alignment is full of sharp curves, which can only be traversed at slow speed. However, compared […]
- Grade Crossing Trouble AheadGrade crossing in Denver (photo: RTD)Denver's RTD has been operating a new 25 kV electrified commuter railroad since 2016. There's a big problem with it: the grade crossings gates are down for too long, which the FRA and Colorado PUC consider hazardous because impatient motorists frustrated by a longer-than-expected wait may drive around the gates […]
- Thinking Big in Redwood CityThe architecture of Amsterdam Bijlmer(photo by tataAnne) could representthe future Redwood City station.In a seamless transportation network that runs on a regular clockface schedule with timed, well-coordinated transfers, connecting nodes play a key role. Redwood City has natural potential as a connecting node, being located approximately at the midpoint of the peninsula rail corridor, serving […]
- Growing Caltrain into an 8-Lane FreewayCaltrain can and should become an eight-lane freeway. Not like an ugly concrete scar tearing loudly through the landscape, but in terms of throughput capacity in people per hour. Today, Caltrain already carries the equivalent of nearly 3 freeway lanes, and more than doubling the system's capacity is hardly a moonshot. For perspective, BART's Transbay […]
- San Mateo County sheriff’s deputy faces beating chargesA San Mateo County sheriff’s deputy is facing criminal charges for allegedly using excessive force on inmates, including slamming one inmate’s head into a closed elevator door.
- Bill would formalize equal prizes for women in some sports competitionsHuge changes are in store for the Mavericks Challenge surf contest, held in Half Moon Bay.
- New program to save hearts, livesOn heart-themed Valentine’s Day, local doctors, firefighters and paramedics unveiled a new program to save hearts and lives on the Peninsula.
- ‘Go forth and do good work’: Peggy Nagae shares with Aragon students her experience in civil rights fightPeggy Nagae hoped her decades of work righting wrongs from decades ago will inspire the next generation to fight for a brighter future.
- New effort to preserve Ampex history underwayThe removal of the Ampex sign last summer left countless Redwood City residents and former employees shocked and outraged, but some of them have a new plan for celebrating the company’s history.