Environmental report says Castilleja expansion will create “significant, unavoidable” traffic increases

Castilleja School's revised site plan. Illustration is from plans submitted to the city by WRNS Studio.
CORRECTION: The original version of this article said an alternative design for Castilleja School’s expansion that would meet traffic standards limits enrollment to 490 students and reduces the school’s proposed garage size. In fact, only the garage size is reduced. Student enrollment will increase gradually with 490 students in the first year and 540 students at the end of construction.
Daily Post Staff Writer

Castilleja School’s proposed expansion will create “significant and unavoidable” increases in traffic that will threaten the residential character of the neighborhood it is located in, according to an Environmental Impact Report from a consultant hired by Palo Alto.

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