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Menlo Park: Three options vetted to separate roads from rail crossings

City staff and consultants from AECOM presented to the Menlo Park Planning Commission on Dec. 5 their research on the feasibility of three options to separate Menlo Park's roads from the Caltrain tracks they cross.

Option A would tunnel Ravenswood Avenue under the Caltrain tracks, Option B would raise the Caltrain line and lower Ravenswood and Oak Grove avenues, and Option C would do the same thing as option B, but also include Glenwood Avenue in the project.

See previous coverage for more information:

Menlo Park weighs three options for separating roads from rail line.

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Menlo Park: Three options vetted to separate roads from rail crossings

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Uploaded: Wed, Dec 14, 2016, 8:40 am
Updated: Wed, Dec 14, 2016, 2:33 pm

City staff and consultants from AECOM presented to the Menlo Park Planning Commission on Dec. 5 their research on the feasibility of three options to separate Menlo Park's roads from the Caltrain tracks they cross.

Option A would tunnel Ravenswood Avenue under the Caltrain tracks, Option B would raise the Caltrain line and lower Ravenswood and Oak Grove avenues, and Option C would do the same thing as option B, but also include Glenwood Avenue in the project.

See previous coverage for more information:

Menlo Park weighs three options for separating roads from rail line.

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