bicycle facilities Tag

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...

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...

The Esplanade corridor is a historic boulevard connecting the City’s hospital, high school, junior high school and northern residential areas with downtown and Chico State University.  However, the corridor is lacking any pedestrian crossing signals or bicycle facilities despite the high demand for these modes...