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Pipeline work to impact Palo Alto traffic

Original post made on Aug 5, 2012

A major, three-month-long Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) pipeline-replacement project in Palo Alto is expected to impact traffic and will start this month, PG&E has announced.

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Posted by too many cars
a resident of Greater Miranda
on Aug 5, 2012 at 7:06 pm

"Traffic lanes will be closed going northbound on Miranda, from the Palo Alto VA Healthcare System to near Page Mill, and on Junipero Serra from Page Mill to Alpine during construction"

The city should consider keeping these lanes closed permanently as part of their plan to go on a "road diet". This will increase the number of people that walk/bike instead of using their cars and bring us closer to the city's goal of walkable nighborhoods.


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Posted by Always a mess!!
a resident of Fairmeadow
on Aug 6, 2012 at 9:56 pm

This is nothing new East Charleston has been a mess for the last couple of months. I suppose what their telling us is they plan to extend the chaos to other parts of south Palo Alto - Oh swell!!!!


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