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Planning

The Belmont Village Specific Plan covers approximately 80 acres surrounding the Caltrain Station at the intersection of El Camino Real and Ralston Avenue.  The Village area was designated a “Priority Development Area,” or PDA, by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Association of Bay Area...

W-Trans is currently in the process of preparing the Preferred Plan for the Creston Road Corridor Study for the City of Paso Robles.  A multi-day workshop was held in May 2017 where several alternative geometric plans were presented.  The plan focuses on Complete Street principles...

In 2011, W-Trans studied 17 corridors identified by the community where the feasibility of adding bike lanes was uncertain and road widening is considered infeasible.  The evaluation included confirming design assumptions with local and state transportation specialists followed by development of bike facility alternatives.  Such...

A Safe Routes to School plan was prepared for 14 public elementary schools in the City of Petaluma including observations at each school during the morning drop-off and evening pick-up periods, as well as meetings with principals, police and PTA members at each school to...

As part of our role in providing traffic engineering technical assistance to the City of Oakland, W-Trans evaluated four corridors to determine if any had a history of safety issues which would warrant a grant application for the Caltrans 2015 HSIP (Highway Safety Improvement Program)...

For this 80-acre project in south Campbell, W-Trans assisted in the development of the plan’s circulation elements and prepared the EIR transportation analysis. Among the key elements of the plan are the extension of the Vasona LRT line to Los Gatos, with stations at either...