W-Trans | Mary Avenue Bicycle Lanes Project (City of Sunnyvale)
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Mary Avenue Bicycle Lanes Project (City of Sunnyvale)

Mary Avenue Bicycle Lanes Project (City of Sunnyvale)

W-Trans is leading the team that prepared designs to restripe 2.8 miles of Mary Avenue with Class II bicycle lanes.  The work is currently in construction, and includes striping plans for the length of the project, modifications to vehicle and bicycle detection at 13 intersections, pavement rehabilitation, and obtaining permits from Caltrans, Santa Clara County, and the Caltrain Joint Powers Board.  The completed project will close a gap in a bicycle network and provide high quality connections between housing, shopping, employment sites, and transit stations.