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Posted 12/22/17: North San Pedro Road Issues

[NOTE: Anyone interested in participating in this project is encouraged to contact our Wetlands Chair or our Board using the Contact Us menu above] The North San Pedro Road (NSPR) corridor is our residents’ primary “lifeline” for evacuation and emergency response should Point San Pedro Road (PSPR) become inaccessible as it did the night of […]

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Posted 12/18/17: Traffic Signal Timing at Pt. San Pedro Road and Loch Lomond/Lochinvar Intersection

Forgive me for the length of this post, but it is difficult to fully explain what is happening in just a few words. To keep my typing finger from tiring, I will use some abbreviations: PSPR (“Pt. San Pedro Road”), EB (“east bound” on PSPR), WB (“west bound” on PSPR), and NS (“north-south” on the […]

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Posted 12/1/17: The Coalition’s 2017 Accomplishments and 2018 Goals

At the end of the year, the Coalition Board reviews actions and accomplishments for the year and discusses objectives for the next year. The Coalition and its various committees continue to be very active on a wide range of issues of interest and concern to residents of the Pt. San Pedro Road Peninsula. Our website […]

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Posted 11/10/17: Update on the Point San Pedro Road Medians

The Point San Pedro Road Coalition’s Roadway Committee has been working with the City and their median maintenance contractor to resolve a number of issues regarding the Point San Pedro Roadway medians. In 2011, East San Rafael area residents approved creation of a Point San Point Road Median Landscaping Assessment District.  The Assessment District includes […]

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Posted 11/1/17: Presentation of 3rd & Hetherton Traffic Study

November 15, 2017 7:00 PM San Rafael Community Center, Room #5 618 B St., San Rafael The S.R. Public Works Department will present several different improvement plans for the intersection of 3rd and Hetherton and the impacts to traffic these improvements may have. The goal is to make the intersection more appealing to non-vehicular modes […]

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