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News - March 2, 2011

Bike lane all but certain at intersection of Alpine and I-280, where cyclist died

by Dave Boyce

Bikes heading westbound on Sand Hill Road as they approach Interstate 280 have the option of merging with traffic into a bike lane that, as it crosses the freeway, centers the cyclists in between two lanes of traffic, one headed for the freeway and the other up Sand Hill and on into Woodside.

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Comments

Posted by Page Mill Road too, a resident of another community
on Mar 1, 2011 at 4:43 pm

Westbound Page Mill Road & I-280 needs a child-friendly bike lane, too. There currently is a bike lane along the center median, but most kids have no clue how to get there safely.


Posted by sadfsf, a resident of Menlo Park: Sharon Heights
on Mar 2, 2011 at 11:22 pm

kids shouldn't ride bikes. it is worse than running with scissors