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Guest Opinion: Remembering Palo Alto's transportation history
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on Feb 14, 2020
Understanding the historical "bones" of our city -- the rail line and a walkable grid street system rather than a car-dominated expressway network that defines many post-war communities -- will stand us in good stead.
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