The City has chosen to install a separate 5-6 foot wide sidewalk and 8 foot Class IV protected cycle track between Shaver Street and West Street in order to increase the useable area for the public. A Class I multi-use path along a roadway has larger buffer requirements. The City would have to install a … Continued
FAQ Topic: Public Works
Sidewalk replacement is limited to work around intersections and locations where elevations need to be modified to meet one of the project goals. In addition, the city has hired Precision Concrete Cutting has repaired tripping hazards where possible by using a cutting method to create ADA compliant slopes.
For the majority of the project, no. However on Second Street between Hayes and Shaver Street there will be a minor change. Today 2nd Street eastbound shifts from 2 lanes to 3 lanes at Hayes Street. The project will move this addition of a 3rd lane one block to the east. Now 2nd Street will … Continued
See “Third Street Rehabilitation Information on Street Trees“
Construction hours and temporary lane closures times are still be accessed. However both day and night work are anticipated.
The Safety Project will convert the driveway on Third Street to Exit Only southbound to help improve safety for pedestrians and remove the backup from cars turning right into a narrow driveway.
No. The Safety Project will narrow vehicle lane widths on Third Street to maintain the existing left turn pocket from westbound Third Street onto southbound Lindaro Street, while still reducing the crossing distance for pedestrians.
The city has created an interim plan to extend the bicycle facility.
The city has worked with residents along Second Street and the bicycle community to revise the original concept plan to utilize the entire right-of-way and reduce widths to provide parking. There will still be a net loss of 1-4 stalls between West Street and Shaver Street.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires the City to ensure that persons with disabilities have access to the pedestrian routes in the public right-of-way. Under ADA law, when a street, roadway or highway is altered, curb ramps must be provided where pedestrian walkways intersect the altered street. Over the past several years, we have … Continued