corridor evaluation 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...

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)...

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...

The Ralston Avenue corridor includes homes, neighborhood serving retail, school campuses, and a Caltrain Station.  The corridor is also connected with US 101 and SR 92 and can experience high traffic volumes.  The goals of the Ralston Avenue Corridor Study were to determine the adequacy...