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eliminate 6,000 cars from Stanford Research Park

Original post made by Steve Raney, Crescent Park, on Dec 9, 2013

For: Dec 9 City Council TDM (trip reduction) Study Session

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Posted by resident 1
a resident of Charleston Meadows
on Dec 10, 2013 at 11:39 am

Folks - you do not put an acronym in a title / document without spelling it out the first time it is used. You are making an assumption that everyone knows what the acronym stands for. You are now making the reader search through to find the exact connotation for what you are discussing. Since I parked for free at the company I worked for it is unclear where you are coming from.
I should note that Google provides buses, as does Genentech, Tesla PA so they have a parking reduction plan in place. Lockheed provides tokens on the lite rail for its Sunnyvale employees - that assumes that everyone is in proximity of these services.


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