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Bike/Ped Program. Agenda. Introduction Accomplishments Facility Overview Work Plan Performance Measures Staffing Perspective. City of San Jose Department of Transportation. Introduction. City Characteristics City Departments & Programs Bicycle & Pedestrian Program

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Bike/Ped Program

Agenda

  • Introduction

  • Accomplishments

  • Facility Overview

  • Work Plan

  • Performance Measures

  • Staffing Perspective

City of San Jose

Department of Transportation


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Introduction

  • City Characteristics

  • City Departments & Programs

  • Bicycle & Pedestrian Program

    • One-Street Emphasis

    • Funding

    • Staffing

City of San Jose

Department of Transportation


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Accomplishments

Awards

  • “Bicycle Friendly Community” national award (2006)

  • “Walkable City” national award (2007)

    New Facilities (05-06)

  • 9 miles new Bike Lanes, 147 total miles

  • 450 new ADA Curb Ramps

  • 7 sidewalk gaps closed

  • 4600 new Countdown Ped Signals

  • 20 Audible Ped Signal requests processed

  • 75 New Bike Racks


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Facility Overview

Bicyclist Facilities


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Facility Overview

Bicyclist Facilities


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Facility Overview

Bicyclist Facilities


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Facility Overview

Bicyclist Facilities


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Facility Overview

Pedestrian Facilities


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Facility Overview

Pedestrian Facilities


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Work Plan - Routine Services

  • Constituent Complaints & Requests Database

  • Bikeway Implementation

  • Sidewalk Gap Closure program

  • Grant Administration (TDA3, TFCA, etc.)

  • Bike/Ped Collision Analysis

  • Interagency Coordination (VTA, MTC, Caltrans etc.)

  • Interdepartmental Coordination

  • Public Bike Parking program

  • Bicycling Skills Classes

  • Trail Project Coordination


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Work Plan – BPAC Goals

Technical Goals

  • Bike-Friendly Signal Detection

  • Signed, numbered cross-town bikeways

    Policy Goals

  • BPAC bylaws change

  • Airport Area Bike/Ped Access


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Work Plan - Special Projects

  • Ped/ADA Sidewalk Plan Updates

  • NSJ Bike/Ped Plan

  • CSJ Bike Plan Update

  • SJIA Expansion

  • Sharrows Pilot Project (Park & San Fernando)

  • Cross-town Bikeway Pilot Project

  • Bike to Work Day (May 17, 2007)

  • Wrong-Way Bike Signs


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Performance Measures

Community Survey - percent of residents rating:

  • Traffic safe while bicycling: 48%

  • Traffic safe while walking: 79%

  • Bike Lane & Path services as good: 62%

    Facilities - percent of:

  • Bikeway network completed: 54%

  • Ped Corridors meeting design standards: 26%

  • Sidewalk damage repaired in 120 days: 45%

    Safety Data

  • Ped/Bike injuries & fatalities: 600

  • School-related Ped/Bike collisions: 50


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Staffing Perspective

Top U.S. Bicycling Cities

PopulationSq. Mi.Bike Staff

Portland (Gold) 533,000 134 5

Chicago (Silver) 2,896,000 234 10

San Francisco (Gold) 739,000 47 6

Average 1,389,000 138 7

San Jose (Bronze) 973,672 177 1.5


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Thank You

John Brazil

Bicyclist & Pedestrian Program

City of San Jose, Dept. of Transportation

www.sanjoseca.gov/transportation/bikeped_program.asp