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News - April 30, 2014

Town seeks quick analysis of cut-through traffic

• Traffic on Corte Madera Road is a driving factor.

by Dave Boyce

The Portola Valley Town Council is moving to address the problem of cut-through traffic on Corte Madera Road and its tributaries as parents from elsewhere in town seek out ways to more quickly transport their children to and from Corte Madera School. For now, the issue is in the hands of the town's Bicycle, Pedestrian and Traffic Safety Committee.

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