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February 22, 2014

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Pacifica residents are only getting older -- how un-chic of them. How nice to be able to retire in place, and use public transit in a livable community -- one where people can safely walk, bike, and use frequent, inexpensive public transit.

If you want any picture of what Caltrans' proposal represents, once again, Pacifica can say, "Here comes Miami Beach." Because just as in Miami Beach, this is a segment of a highway going nowhere.

A pretty good dismissal of a half a page of—please excuse my language—horsefeathers.

Very funny. *applause* Author! Author!

Thank you, ASNKA. The easiest rebuttals to the pro-widening malarkey are in the Caltrans EIR, which itself clearly stated that the Calera Parkway Project is not a public safety proposal nor should it be viewed as one.

Other items in the proposal's EIR against public safety is Caltrans' offhanded treatment of its own finding that the neighborhood of East Rockaway should be protected against highway noise now, today, but the EIR says Caltrans won't do the admittedly needed construction because of expense. That expense is a mere $200,000 of a $50+ million project. It's not only an outrage, but I believe it's actionable.

No, the Calera Parkway Project is not about public safety (as stated in the Caltrans proposal EIR), nor does Caltrans care about public safety, as illustrated by its callous treatment of those who live near its currently proven noisy highway.

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