Monthly Archives: May 2012
After nearly four hours of public comment, council questions and council discussion, the Sunnyvale City Council voted against pursuing the study of a dedicated lane option in an environmental impact study by a vote of 4 to 3. Councilmembers Meyerling, … Continue reading
Here’s the third and final installment of our latest video series. This one addresses the changes that the El Camino Real BRT project could make to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety and access along the corridor.
An article in the Mercury News earlier this week framed the decision over whether to convert a lane on El Camino Real into a bus-only lane as a choice of who is more important: car drivers or transit users. Now, … Continue reading
Continuing our video rollout… Many intersections where dedicated lanes are proposed are currently unsignalized. At unsignalized intersections, drivers wishing to turn off of El Camino Real must wait in left turn pockets until oncoming cars have passed and it is … Continue reading
As we’ve talked with residents, city staff and elected officials from all six cities, we hear a lot of the same questions and concerns: What happens to auto traffic? What happens to left turns on El Camino Real? What would … Continue reading
VTA and Sunnyvale staff collaborated on a presentation about the El Camino Real BRT Project for a joint study session of Sunnyvale’s City Council and Planning Commission last night. The study session was well attended and we were impressed with … Continue reading