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Just four days before San Jose’s City Council was expected to approve the Diridon Station Area Plan, a four-year-old community-based plan to guide the next 30 years of transit-oriented redevelopment around the Diridon Caltrain Station, city officials released a memo on June 6, proposing numerous amendments in response to City Council questions and public comments made at the council’s preliminary review of the plan on May 20.
This will summarize key points in conversation that we had yesterday…
…Lincoln Avenue Road Diet Working Group ( RDWG ) held two closed-door, non-public meetings as of November 21 and December 4, year 20014.
That day, we issued our original Position Paper to Michael Brilliot of the Envision San José 2040 Task Force regarding the connectivity of bike lanes and trails that link Lincoln Avenue to the City of San Jose.
I am writing to you today, before your vote tomorrow at the City Council Meeting on 28 June 2016 (at San Jose City Hall) on Item 6.1: Lincoln Avenue Pilot Project Report.
Shared parking, which would allow SAP Arena visitors who arrive for events to park in the parking lots of future office buildings, would be a required for all development projects located within 1/3-mile of the Caltrain station, “if necessary to mitigate the loss of parking” of new buildings constructed on existing parking lots.