Based on feedback received through the Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update, the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board (BPAB) selected to study potential bike and pedestrian comfort-level improvements along select city corridors. Addressing potential improvements to help respond to growing City-wide mobility needs requires an in-depth review of the corridor operations including all modes, collecting data and engaging with the community for their perspectives.
Stony Point Road Corridor Study
The Stony Point Road corridor between West Third Street and Sebastopol Road was identified as a priority for study by the BPAB based on community feedback received through the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update 2018. W-Trans was awarded the contract to analyze and assess the City’s first bicycle and pedestrian corridor study. The study will review existing conditions, gather operational counts, analyze collision data and conduct a field review of the corridor. The design concepts were presented at a virtual community meeting on November 18 to gain public input. Residents were also asked to provide their feedback through an online survey that concluded December 9, 2020. Refined design concepts based on input received during the November community meeting, the online survey and the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board will be presented during the March 3, 2021 community meeting.
Virtual Community Meeting Wednesday, March 3, 2021 @ 6:00pm Watch the Meeting Replay
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Please join us for the 2nd Community Meeting to discuss proposed improvements along Stony Point Road between W. 3rd Street and Sebastopol Road to improve access and safety for walking and biking.Stony Point Road is a critical corridor in the City, connecting to destinations that include shopping, schools, and the Joe Rodota Trail. City staff and the consultant team will be presenting a revised design concept for the corridor based on comments we’ve received from residents who attended our community meeting in November, individuals who provided input thorough our online survey, and input received from the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board.
Your participation in this virtual community meeting will help us make further refinements to the design concepts so the project can best meet the needs of our community.