What is the study? The purpose of the study is to determine the adequacy of the corridor for multi-modal use including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit, and vehicles under existing and future conditions, and to develop context sensitive transportation alternatives to improve multi-modal use along the corridor.
Preliminary Design Concepts During the first community meeting in April 2013... read the whole note.
The Streets Alive! Parks Alive! event in Belmont was a wonderful success, engaging over 150 participants. At Barrett Community Center, we filled the blacktop and grass with bike-centric fun. Upon entering, participants were welcome to get their bikes checked out by two well versed bicycle mechanics. After ensuring their bikes were ready to ride, kids had the chance to complete a safety skills... read the whole note.
Celebrate Streets Alive! Parks Alive! on May 4th by participating in a Bike Rodeo at Barrett Community Center. Learn bicycle skills, make sure your helmet is fitted properly and participate in a slalom course. Bring the whole family for a day of bicycle fun!
Bring your bike (and helmet)! Learn bicycle skills, earn prizes and have fun. There will be a helmet fit check, signaling... read the whole note.
In addition to working in the Santa Clara School District, the Safe Routes to School team has made their way north to the Belmont/Redwood Shores district.
These schools have made impressive efforts to encourage more walking and biking. At Cipriani Elementary, the school made a designated space to store bikes since so many students brought their bike to the rodeo. The walls at Cipriani... read the whole note.
The Public Works Department is holding a community forum to discuss traffic concerns and operations along Ralston Ave. No one knows conditions on roads and in neighborhoods better than the people who live with those conditions every day. If there are problems, your comments will help us identify them, and deal with them quickly.
As part of budget year 2013 the City Council approved as... read the whole note.