One Paseo will bring many benefits to community

Re: City engineers report on One Paseo’s impact on traffic in Carmel Valley draws mixed response.

The City traffic engineers went on the record March 28 about One Paseo. They stated that with improvements and proposed mitigations the developer has sufficiently addressed the traffic and transportation issues that would result from One Paseo.

By its nature mixed use helps reduce the dependency on the car.  It creates a synergy between retail, office and residential allowing us the opportunity for extended visits, rather than driving from one place to another. This is a no brainer!

The mixed-use design of One Paseo is the best way to go and will give us a plethora of benefits.

Elissa Krasenbaum, Carmel Valley

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