Purpose

To consolidate, disseminate, and gather information concerning the 710 expansion into our San Rafael neighborhood and into our surrounding neighborhoods. If you have an item that you would like posted on this blog, please e-mail the item to Peggy Drouet at pdrouet@earthlink.net

Thursday, June 5, 2014

This week in Community Buzz on the State Route 710 North Study (with images, tweets)

https://storify.com/sr710study/the-latest-on-the-state-route-710-north-study

 This week in Community Buzz on the State Route 710 North Study

We're listening. Are you? Here's a roundup of community news for the week of June 3, 2014...

Week of June 3, 2014



The City of Alhambra dedicated banners around town expressing its view on the Tunnel Alternative
Fremont/Valley backed up as city of Alhambra unveils banners ("Relieve Congestion") in support of closing the 710 gap

Several newly-installed banners in are in support a 55 yr effort to "close the gap" on the 710 Fwy. http://cbsloc.al/1kAMf6g 
 

NO710 Protests Alhambra event. (Joe Cano video).

Pasadena City Council is considering setting up a special task force for the State Route 710 North Study.
Lately, many letters have appeared in the Pasadena Star News from neighbors voicing their perspective on the the pros and cons of the Tunnel Alternative.

And you might recall early last month, Zocalo Public Square tackled the issue from a regional perspective.
Zócalo: What Does Southern California Need From the 710 Freeway?
Zócalo: What Does Southern California Need From the 710 Freeway?
Zócalo: What Does Southern California Need From the 710 Freeway?
There's much dialogue but there is one thing missing...the data, more of which will be available when the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Study is released in February 2015. Through that analysis we will know more about the benefits, the impacts & how key issues will be addressed. Learn more: metro.net/sr710study or on Facebook!
 
SR-710 North Study: Working for a Solution (English)