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20-Apr-2016 14:50

The new MLK Café parklet project, located at 3860 Martin Luther King, Jr.Way, has touched upon a rich aspect of the neighborhood’s transportation history, with its vibrant past as a transit corridor dating back to horse and buggy days.Students from the welding department at Laney College assisted with the construction.

You can order off the menu at Annam during the week, but the real time to visit is on the weekends, when the restaurant lays out a lavish spread of lunch-buffet specials, from crab curry to the famous South Indian shark dish .The state will lose an estimated .68 million in tolls the next year, as a result of the change, Assistant Secretary of Transportation Patty Rubstello told commissioners.Tuesday’s action comes less than six months after the state began charging drivers to use the lanes. Jay Inslee called for lifting the tolls as a goodwill gesture to drivers frustrated by what they’ve encountered since the lanes opened in September. Judy Clibborn, D-Mercer Island, chairwoman of the House Transportation Committee, “We are all working toward making the toll lanes work better for everyone.” But this won’t be the last action taken regarding the controversial lanes.A ribbon cutting marking the completion of a long awaited parklet project in North Oakland’s Longfellow neighborhood was held this past Thursday, on Bike to Work day. It’s a temporary public space that replaces one or two parking spots in front of a business with outdoor seating and bicycle parking.The city of Oakland started a pilot program for creating parklets back in 2011, and several have been completed since then.

You can order off the menu at Annam during the week, but the real time to visit is on the weekends, when the restaurant lays out a lavish spread of lunch-buffet specials, from crab curry to the famous South Indian shark dish .The state will lose an estimated .68 million in tolls the next year, as a result of the change, Assistant Secretary of Transportation Patty Rubstello told commissioners.Tuesday’s action comes less than six months after the state began charging drivers to use the lanes. Jay Inslee called for lifting the tolls as a goodwill gesture to drivers frustrated by what they’ve encountered since the lanes opened in September. Judy Clibborn, D-Mercer Island, chairwoman of the House Transportation Committee, “We are all working toward making the toll lanes work better for everyone.” But this won’t be the last action taken regarding the controversial lanes.A ribbon cutting marking the completion of a long awaited parklet project in North Oakland’s Longfellow neighborhood was held this past Thursday, on Bike to Work day. It’s a temporary public space that replaces one or two parking spots in front of a business with outdoor seating and bicycle parking.The city of Oakland started a pilot program for creating parklets back in 2011, and several have been completed since then.OLYMPIA — Starting Friday, drivers won’t have to pay to use the I-405 express toll lanes on weeknights, weekends and a handful of holidays.