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Atherton studies ideas for making roads safer for bicyclists, pedestrians

by Barbara Wood

An El Camino Real shrunken to four traffic lanes, with a shared bike and pedestrian trail on one side and a bike lane buffered from traffic on the other, is just one of the projects envisioned in the draft master plan for bicycle and pedestrian circulation in Atherton presented to the City Council at a joint study session with the Parks and Recreation Commission on April 2.

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