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On The Lighter Side

Let’s Bury El Camino Real (Published March 27, 2015)

 

Re-Imagine Menlo Park

Welcome To Re-Imagine Menlo Park (Published January 1, 2015)

My Personal Wish List For Downtown And El Camino Real (Published February 10, 2015/Updated March 22, 2015)


City Studies, Plans & Progress

What IS The Menlo Park Specific Plan? (Published January 21, 2015)

What Priorities Should The Menlo Park City Council Set for 2015? (Published January 18, 2015)

The El Camino Real Corridor Study: Your Voice Needs To Be Heard. (Published February 22/Updated March 9, 2015)


Vibrant Downtown

A Proposal For Converting A Section of Santa Cruz Avenue Into A Pedestrian-Friendly Main Street. (Updated January 22, 2015)

Yes To More Outdoor Dining In Downtown Menlo Park. (Published March 20, 2015)


Parking Downtown

Is It Time For Menlo Park To Build Its First Downtown Parking Structure? (Published January X, 2015)

Menlo Park Needs To Develop A LONG TERM Downtown Parking Plan Now (Published January 26, 2015)


Vehicle Traffic

It’s Time To Eliminate Unnecessary Traffic On El  Camino (Published February 12, 2015)

The El Camino Real Corridor Study: Your Voice Needs To Be Heard(Published February 22/Updated March 9, 2015)

El Camino Real Corridor Study: Let’s Try Three Lanes Each Way And See How Well It Works. (Published March 16, 2015)

The Future of El Camino Real – Bikes Or No Bikes? (February 11, 2015)


Private Investments

The Stanford And Greenheart Projects Are Great Opportunities (Published January 9, 2015)

 

Menlo Park Bike Network

What It Really Takes To Make Menlo Park Bike-Friendly (August 19, 2015)
Primer: Designing Safe, Convenient And Stress-free Bike Networks. (August 1, 2015)

You Be The Judge: A letter From the Chairman of The Menlo Park Bike Commission (April 20, 2015)

How To Conduct A Credible Bike Safety Study

Who Would Be The “Winners” And “Losers” If More Bicyclists Were Encouraged To Use El Camino Real?

Letter To City Council And Planning Commission: My Concerns About The El Camino Real Corridor Study

The Menlo Park “Complete Street” Policy Does NOT Require Bike Facilities on El Camino. (Published March 25, 2015)

The El Camino Real Corridor Study: Why Adding Bike Facilities On ECR Would Needlessly Jeopardize Cyclist, Driver And Pedestrian Safety. (Summary)(Published March 15, 2015)

The El Camino Real Corridor Study: Your Voice Needs To Be Heard (Published February 22/Updated March 9, 2015)

The El Camino Real Corridor Study: How To Make Menlo Park More Bike Friendly (Analysis & Recommendations)(Published February 21, 2015)

The Future of El Camino Real – Bikes Or No Bikes? (February 11, 2015)

 

 

 

 

 

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