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Approaching the recently built Bailey Road overpass across Monterey Road in the suburban sprawl of south San Jose

Approaching the recently built Bailey Road overpass across Monterey Road in the suburban sprawl of south San Jose The old 15-mile stop restaurant, presumably 15 miles outside of downtown San Jose.ThumbnailsEntering San Jose's suburban sprawl along Monterey Road for real now, passing by a street called Grandwell Way.The old 15-mile stop restaurant, presumably 15 miles outside of downtown San Jose.ThumbnailsEntering San Jose's suburban sprawl along Monterey Road for real now, passing by a street called Grandwell Way.The old 15-mile stop restaurant, presumably 15 miles outside of downtown San Jose.ThumbnailsEntering San Jose's suburban sprawl along Monterey Road for real now, passing by a street called Grandwell Way.The old 15-mile stop restaurant, presumably 15 miles outside of downtown San Jose.ThumbnailsEntering San Jose's suburban sprawl along Monterey Road for real now, passing by a street called Grandwell Way.The old 15-mile stop restaurant, presumably 15 miles outside of downtown San Jose.ThumbnailsEntering San Jose's suburban sprawl along Monterey Road for real now, passing by a street called Grandwell Way.

Approaching the recently built Bailey Road overpass across Monterey Road. Another ugly testimony to San Jose's commitment to suburban sprawl.