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Matadero Creek Trail Midtown Resident Association April 16, 2013. Background Bicycle & Pedestrian Transportation Plan 2012. 1. Across Barrier Connections ABC 1: Adobe Creek Highway 101 Overcrossing ABC 2: Caltrain/Alma Barrier at Matadero Creek 2. Trails and Shared Use Pathways

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Matadero creek trail midtown resident association april 16 2013

Matadero Creek Trail

Midtown Resident Association

April 16, 2013


Background bicycle pedestrian transportation plan 2012

BackgroundBicycle & Pedestrian Transportation Plan 2012

1. Across Barrier Connections

ABC 1: Adobe Creek Highway 101 Overcrossing

ABC 2: Caltrain/Alma Barrier at Matadero Creek

2. Trails and Shared Use Pathways

TR3: Matadero Creek to Bryant St Bike Boulevard

3. Bicycle Boulevard

BB4: Ross Road/Louis Rd Bicycle Boulevard

Bike Lanes/Sharrows/Enhanced Bikeways

Intersection Spot Improvements

Programs (Infrastructure)

PR1: Safe Routes to School (El Carmelo - JLS Middle School – Hoover)

PR7: Safe Routes to Parks (Hoover – Seale – Greer – Bay Lands)

7. System Rehabilitation/Maintenance

8. Design, Feasibility, and Planning

F1: Matadero Creek Trail & Crossing Feasibility Study


Background bicycle pedestrian transportation plan 20121

BackgroundBicycle & Pedestrian Transportation Plan 2012

Bay to Ridge

Trail Program


Matadero creek trail midtown resident association april 16 2013

Stanford/Palo Alto Trail Program:

Connecting the Bay to Ridge


Matadero creek trail midtown resident association april 16 2013

Matadero Creek Trail


Matadero creek trail midtown resident association april 16 2013

Matadero Creek Trail – Concept Renderings

(Bryant St to Greer Rd)

Before

After

  • SCVWD Preliminary Requirements:

  • No Lighting

  • Trail Curfew


Matadero creek trail feasibility study

Matadero Creek TrailFeasibility Study

1. Stanford-Palo Alto Trail Program Grant

Feasibility Study a Requirement of Grant

2. Feasibility Study Elements

Trail Alignment Options (Alma Street to Highway 101)

Utility Considerations

Intersection Crossings

Trail Accessibility (No Nighttime Access – Curfew required by SCVWD)

Flood Protection

Connections to Public Facilities

Maintenance Obligations (from SCVWD to City)

2. Feasibility Study Goals

Preferred Trail Alignments for Environmental Assessments

Cost Estimates

Concept Drawings for ABC Connections (Alma Street and Highway 101)

Feasibility Study Report for Council and SCVWD Consideration


Matadero creek trail schedule

Matadero Creek TrailSchedule

1. Request for Proposals – Consultant

MRA Community Meeting - TODAY

Release RFP Spring 2013

Select Consultant by Summer 2013

Award Contract in August 2013

2. Community Outreach/Feasibility Study

Immediately upon Consultant is on Board

9-month Feasibility Study, complete by Summer 2014

Successful Feasibility Study Required to Continue Project

3. Environmental Assessment

Neighborhood Quality of Life/Preservation

Graffiti, Monitoring, Noise

Flood Protection

Intersection Controls


Matadero creek trail midtown resident association april 16 2013

Questions/

Comments

Project Manager:

[email protected]

(650) 617-3151


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