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Feedback sought for Santa Cruz Avenue/Alameda de Las Pulgas Corridor Study
Posted on September 17, 2018 at 9:05 pm by Clay Curtin
Residents that live near or use Santa Cruz Avenue (between Sand Hill Road to Alameda de las Pulgas) and/or Alameda de las Pulgas (between Santa Cruz Avenue and Avy Avenue) are encouraged to fill out a public survey led by the County of San Mateo Department of Public Works. The survey is intended to assist the County and its task force in developing near- and long-term opportunities to improve safety and connectivity in the corridor. The
will remain open through September 23, 2018.
In response to community requests to evaluate and improve bicycle, pedestrian, and vehicle safety and connectivity along Santa Cruz Avenue (between Sand Hill Road to Alameda de las Pulgas) and Alameda de las Pulgas (between Santa Cruz Avenue and Avy Avenue), the County’s Public Works Department initiated a study in early 2017 to help determine what improvements can be accomplished.
Led by the County, a Santa Cruz Avenue and Alameda Corridor Improvement Task Force was formed in late 2017. The task force is reviewing and evaluating conceptual plans for improved safety and connectivity of the corridor. The City of Menlo Park is a member of the task force.
To better understand the priorities that should be given to this corridor when developing these conceptual plans, the task force is asking communities that live near or use this main thoroughfare to share their safety improvement priorities through this
For more information about the project, please visit the County’s
Santa Cruz Avenue/Alameda de Las Pulgas Corridor Study
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