Santa Cruz Avenue Corridor Study
Users of the busy Santa Cruz Avenue/ Alameda de las Pulgas thoroughfare are invited to comment on potential safety and connectivity improvements base on priorities previously identified by the community. The Task Force will present the concept roadway imprvement plans during a community meeting at
Las Lomitas Elementary School - Cano Hall
299 Alameda de las Pulgas, Atherton
Thursday, January 30, 2020
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Attendees will be able to comment and ask questions of the task force at the meeting, which is the latest step to specifically help rank competing priorities and possible enhancements. Based on an initial public survey sent to the community in September 2018, the task force and its consultant developed several concepts to address the priorities identified by the community. Following this meeting, a second community survey will be available online at a link below to solicit preferences regarding the concepts that have been identified. Feedback will be considered for inclusion in the final concepts ultimately presented to the Board of Supervisor for approval during a public hearing.
In the two years since the task force began, approved near -term improvements have included reduced speed limits, radar feedback signs, bicycle sharrow markings, and a pilot program to reduce one lane of traffic. There may be opportunities of additional near-term improvements after the priorities are established. In the long term, DPW anticipates continuing its work with the task force to develop a prioritization plan for corridor improvements along this segment of roadway.
Please check back after January 30, 2020 for our online Survey for roadway improvement preferences.