Surf! Busway and Bus Rapid Transit Briefing for LandWatch - Shared screen with speaker view
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Won’t you create possible conflict with buses and bikes in the tunnel and also with the stop and go processes when crossing over the trail?
Can you provide where we can obtain the studies done with the 2010-11 LightRail studies or actually send any pdf’s on these studies…to LandWatch or to me at samsca.gmail.com.
Concern: Since the SURF busway for the most part is West of the Monterey Regional Trail, thatdegrades the scenic route and coastal resources for hikers and bikers on thetrail
No issues with the endandered species act (Snowy Plovers) in and around this project??
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What was the reason for not pursuing a light-rail or trolley system using the existing upgraded southern pacific rails?
The SURF busway should REMAIN on the railway easement and MERGE into California AVE/Fremont interchange, NOT redirected next to MBSR into Hwy 1 onramp (new roundabout).KEEP it on the railway.Less disturbance, better planning and opportunity to improveLevel of Service at the Calif/Fremont interchange.
Here is a direct link to the Executive Summary of the 2010/11 Light Rail Alternatives Analysis: https://www.tamcmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/TAMC_MLB_AltAnalysis_ExecSummary.pdf
TAMC Light Rail Alternatives Analysis: https://www.tamcmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/TAMC_MLB_AltAnalysis_ExecSummary.pdf
The dual roundabouts is a good solution, especially with the underpass
On behalf of LandWatch, thank you very much for the excellent presentation! Michael DeLapa