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May 18 2015 | Stanford Report
Work begins later this month on the El Camino Real section of the new Stanford Perimeter Trail – a 3.4-mile link between recreational areas in the foothills and the bay.
Feb 19 2014 | Stanford Report
Stanford has agreed to support back-in parking on Stanford Avenue for Dish hikers as well as additional parking on Coyote Hill Road. If approved by the county, these proposals will create 25 percent more parking near the Dish.    
Nov 20 2012 | Stanford Report
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted to allocate $10 million to fund proposals made by Stanford and the City of Palo Alto to expand area bike and pedestrian trails. The decision ends a decade-long debate about how Stanford should satisfy an agreement contained in its 2000...
Sep 6 2012 | Stanford Report
Stanford and the City of Palo Alto have collaborated to propose $10.4 million in enhancements to area biking and pedestrian trails. The resulting integrated set of trails, if approved by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, would link the Baylands and the Arastradero Preserve...
Aug 31 2011 | Stanford Report
For more than a decade, Stanford has been working to fulfill its obligations to build two public hiking trails.  After many public meetings and a lawsuit over where the trails should be located, a resolution may be near, as San Mateo County supervisors reconsider Stanford’s $10.2 million offer to...