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Does anyone know why Stanford has installed new fencing on Peter Coutts Rd from Page Mill to Stanford?

Original post made by Paly Parent, Evergreen Park, on Jul 10, 2009

In the last two weeks, Stanford has quickly and quietly (I say quietly because it didn't take 9 years of meetings to install the de facto No Parking) installed new fencing which prevents parking on the length of Peter Coutts Road. I can only assume this is in response to the fact that College Terrace will no longer provide free Stanford parking and this area might be the next logical place for "Free Parking".

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Posted by Clem
a resident of another community
on Jul 10, 2009 at 4:47 pm

I suppose it was installed because school pick up & drop off traffic made a giant mess of this area, especially in the winter. It is a big mud bog with people carelessly backing their SUV's into the bike lane. I'm glad they fixed this, it makes my commute safer.


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