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El Camino hazards: Political leaders call on Caltrans to act

 

In the wake of a verdict assigning the California Department of Transportation most of the blame for a 2010 death in a crosswalk on El Camino Real in Atherton, local political leaders have vowed to work to make sure Caltrans gives priority to improving El Camino's safety. See this story.

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Posted by Robert Cronin
a resident of Menlo Park: The Willows
on Aug 2, 2016 at 9:02 pm

It doesn't help that the Menlo Park city council has shied away from improvements to bicycle safety on El Camino.


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