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Traffic & Public Transportation in Larkspur : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 2, 2014
canyongal answered:
It's possible but depends on where you live. Generally speaking it's a suburban situation. I would think it would be difficult to carry a lot of groceries to where you live with that said it could be done. I think we've all gotten spoiled by driving in California. There is Golden Gate transit for going to the city and other cities, I would live as close as possible to the old town but to get to the best groceries would be a few miles away...a lot of walking. ... more
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Mon Apr 23, 2007
Eduardo Gutekunst answered:
Straddling Magnolia Avenue, if there is one issue Larkspur cannot escape it's traffic. The town is so beautiful it attracts its share of tourists, and any locals who want to pass through north or south are forced to follow. More recently, traffic lights have regulated the flow and I've noticed a definite improvement. For commuters it's pretty easy. Head down Doherty Drive and on to Highway 101. Maybe two miles. ... more
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