Sunnyvale stakeholders discuss vision...

Sunnyvale stakeholders discuss vision for El Camino Real

There are 2 comments on the San Jose Mercury News story from Mar 8, 2012, titled Sunnyvale stakeholders discuss vision for El Camino Real. In it, San Jose Mercury News reports that:

Sunnyvale residents had the opportunity to participate in a public forum regarding the Grand Boulevard Initiative.

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Larry

Berkeley, CA

#1 Mar 9, 2012
Don't mess with ECR, it's working now and does not need any socalled fixing. We don't need bus lanes. Don't change four lane streets to two lane streets anymore. Bike riders don't need thier our lanes. Most of all stay in your nice office and drink coffee, we don't need any more of your dumb ideals.
TedsLiver

San Lorenzo, CA

#2 Mar 9, 2012
Leave El Camino as it is. Nobody wants these bull [email protected] bus lanes and bike lanes. The buses on El Camino are nearly always empty which is why VTA darkens or covers the windows with advertising so people cannot see in.

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