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Disc Drive was named as a pun. The major business along the road were several buildings of Seagate Technology that made disc drives for computers. According to one of the founders of Seagate Technology, it was spelled "Disc" (instead of "Disk") to appease one of the early investors.
No bike lanes. Traffic is light except for rush hours.
Bus stop on Scotts Valley Drive.
Disc Drive @ Scotts Valley Drive
Businesses & Services
Road leads to several industrial office buildings.
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