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Support for Rail Grade Separations that Maintain a Walkable, Bikable, Cohesive Downtown

From: domainremoved <Diane>
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2017 01:18:48 +0000

Dear City Council Members,
Thank you for your leadership in pursuing grade separations for major intersections with Caltrain. This project will dramatically improve public safety as well as mobility. As you review design options, please ensure that easy connections are maintained between the Burgess Campus and downtown area for people walking, biking, or other non-motorized modes (wheelchair, scooter, skateboard, stroller, etc.). The ease of access between the library, gym, and Burgess area to downtown creates a thriving, vibrant downtown.
Diane Bailey

Diane Bailey | Executive Director
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