Will San Jose finally decide to close San Pedro Street to cars?

It’s an idea San Jose has wrestled with for years now.

The block of San Pedro Street between W. Santa Clara and St. John streets has long been envisioned as a viable potential pedestrian mall. The strip has been closed to cars for several recent events, becoming a stage for the sharp timber of saxophones at San Jose Jazz Summerfest and a turf-lined tailgate for football fans attending Super Bowl 50 and the College Football Playoff National Championship game.

In 2019, the city closed the block to cars on weekends in a month-long pilot called “Meet in the Streets.”

And in July 2020, several months after the pandemic hit, the

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