San Mateo is starting several parking mitigation programs to address parking removal in North Central caused by its North Central Bike Lanes Project, with Public Works Director Azalea Mitch planning more long-term initiative efforts.

“The intent here is to continue to work long-term with the community to figure out how we can best address the parking needs, specifically the parking supply issue,” Mitch said.

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Terence Y

So now the city has to develop and throw in money for a bunch of new programs due to their self-inflicted wound in removing parking spaces for a few bikers? I can see it now – we need tax increases for all of these new programs because we made another bad decision, but hey, we blew $10 million in COVID gear by leaving them outside, so anything less than $10 million is a deal. I can only hope that all surrounding neighborhoods will still be able to park near their homes. If not, blame the folks who made the decision to alter your neighborhoods using results from a biased survey.

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