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Projects

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...

The City of Belmont recently updated their General Plan.  W-Trans was responsible for preparing the Circulation Element and associated EIR.  Belmont is largely built out, but experiences issues associated with growth and circulation constraints.  W- Trans completed the Ralston Avenue and Alameda de las Pulgas...

W-Trans completed the transportation technical analysis for the El Camino Real Corridor Plan, which evaluated the effects of the addition of one-way Class IV bike facilities along El Camino Real, and addressed conflict reductions for bicyclists at intersections.  A parking utilization study was also conducted...

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,...

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...

As SMART rail initial testing began, Sonoma County staff noticed that two rail crossing locations had peak hour queues that frequently extended over the SMART tracks. W-Trans was hired to evaluate the expected safety of the crossings in the Penngrove and Fulton communities, and concluded...