134 registered statements
Tim Jouet inside Neighborhood 6
March 14, 2016, 8:55 PM
Fan of number 2 as without the 101 overpass a full on bike blvd would not adrress problems for the area as a whole. I would suggest that doing the minimum to implement would be the best way to start. I think residents have valid concerns about radically changing the character of the neighborhood when trying to imagine full build out. If addressing the traffic issues improves things as I believe/hope it would, the other changes might then garner more support. Thanks!
March 14, 2016, 5:09 PM
I think this would be a great idea. I use the Morro Street bike boulevard all the time. Bike Boulevards also work great in other cities. A great way to encourage non-auto traffic.
Rory Aronson inside Neighborhood 6
March 14, 2016, 4:26 PM
I think this is a great idea - it will improve safety for everyone, encourage sustainable transportation, and increase property value along this corridor by boosting the neighborhood's attractiveness for students and families.
March 10, 2016, 10:06 AM
As a regular pedestrian on Broad St, I often see cyclists taking this route towards downtown (avoiding busier Chorro). Sadly, I see both cars and bikes ignoring or cruising through the stop signs as they head downhill towards 101. I think a plan to calm traffic and provide priority to bikes is a great idea for this street. The pedestrian/bike overpass is a bonus that will serve this neighborhood well. The current route under 101 on Chorro is noisy and pretty dark at night.
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