Posted by mom's taxi, a resident of the Deer Oaks/Twelve Oaks neighborhood, on Jul 30, 2012 at 9:37 am
I agree that another gas station is needed, but there is too much traffic on Bernal near the freeway exit already!!! I have seen the lines of cars waiting to enter and exit the Safeway gas station in Dublin.
I wish the W. Las Positas ramp would be built as it was designed in the General Plan to ease some of the Bernal traffic.....
Posted by Mom O2, a resident of the Laguna Oaks neighborhood, on Jul 30, 2012 at 9:54 am
Glad to hear it. For all the complaints from the haters, the new Safeway has been a huge time and money saver for our family. This will just help more since it will keep pricing competitive and I won't have to drive to Dublin to fill up to use my gas discount. Thanks Ptown CC for the 5-0 vote!
Posted by Member, a member of the Amador Valley High School community, on Jul 30, 2012 at 12:04 pm
Too many negative opinions from people who don't have enough to do, all regarding a new gas station that will be cheaper than most others.
For those who are critical, don't buy gas there. No need to be a downer for those who like the idea.
Safeway gas does tend to be cheaper than most, especially if you have the Safeway Club Card further discounts. I saved 60 cents off every gallon on one fill up once.
If you really want to find the cheapest gas, there is an Android phone app called Gas Buddy that locates all gas stations near you and shows the prices. It's also online at I think gasbuddy.com or something like that.
Posted by Judy, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 30, 2012 at 12:31 pm
In addition to saying "YAY" to the Safeway gas station on Bernal, I'd like to know if anyone knows the neighborhood that Tiffany Lane is in. I hate signing in as "another Pleasanton neighborhood," especially having lived in Pleasanton for over 40 years! Thanks!
Posted by steve, a resident of the Parkside neighborhood, on Jul 31, 2012 at 9:48 pm
Yes, steve, lets all buy chevy volts from govt motors to circumvent the union power grab. we all know electricity is sooo green, cheap and non polluting (unless its generated with coal, nuclear, or oil products). Better to have those power plants cranking out pollution in those poor, remote areas, far from our urban bastions like berkeley and S.F.