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Viewpoint - March 20, 2019

Guest opinion: Relieve traffic congestion by reviving a rail line

by local mayors and supervisors

As elected leaders representing the cities of Menlo Park, East Palo Alto, Redwood City, and unincorporated North Fair Oaks, we are keenly focused on reducing the terrible traffic congestion we encounter every day, protecting our quality of life, and supporting a strong local economy.

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Posted by Adina
a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Mar 24, 2019 at 6:35 pm

It is great to see support and leadership for the project to restore rail service on the Dumbarton corridor across the Bay!

The horrible congestion is painful for people who commute, and for people who live in the area and have to drive through the commute traffic.

Giving people convenient, competitive options to avoid driving can help alleviate the pain of congestion, for people who are commuting, and for local people impacted by the traffic.

Thanks so much to Mayors Mueller, Gauthier, and Bain, Supervisors Warren Slocum and Don Horsley, as well as SamTrans and Facebook for moving this forward.


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