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March 05, 2016



It looks like the deal is done:

Burlingame officials finalized an agreement designed to enhance driver safety along El Camino Real while preserving the city’s historic eucalyptus tree grove by implementing traffic restrictions at a potentially dangerous intersection.

Under a decision by the Burlingame City Council during a meeting Monday, March 7, cars traveling south along El Camino Real will no longer be allowed to make a left turn at Floribunda Avenue toward downtown.

The prohibition was found as a compromise with Caltrans, the state transportation agency responsible for managing El Camino Real, which has long been searching for ways to reduce accidents on the busy thoroughfare.


This is a true case of "duh". It only took a couple of years..................

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