Review the San Carlos “East Side Connect” project

From SVBC:

Come to a community workshop on September 7 to discuss the City of San Carlos East Side Connect project.

The City of San Carlos has received approval of a grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for the East Side Community/Transit Connectivity Project. In June the City Council chose Callander Associates to design the project and manage construction. The project will improve pedestrian and bicycle access to east side housing, jobs and transit. The amount of the grant is $2,216,648 with matching funds of $554,162 contributed to the project using one-time funds from the State’s Proposition 1B program and San Carlos Redevelopment Agency funds.

Read more about the project athttp://www.cityofsancarlos.org/eastsideconnect/default.asp

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