The South Palo Alto Bikeways project consists of work on three corridors:
These corridors serve as key walk-and-roll routes for students traveling to multiple schools and will connect to the new Adobe Creek Pedestrian/Bike Bridge over Highway 101, opening Summer 2021.
Potential changes to the Waverley Bike Path may include widening of the path, repaving, and grading adjustments where feasible. Changes along East Meadow Drive and Fabian Way may include a protected and/or buffered bicycle facility that may require parking reconfiguration and/or lane reduction. The project is funded by a grant obtained by the City through the Vehicle Emissions Reductions Based at Schools (VERBS) program and requires that a bikeway with physical protection between bicyclists and vehicles be provided on a portion of the roadway corridors.
City council received a project update and approved the multi-phase community engagement approach at its meeting on January 25, 2021.
After phase 1 community engagement was completed, the feedback was shared with Planning and Transportation Commission (PTC) in July 2021 and with City Council in August 2021.
The meetings are to share input and learn more about potential bikeway improvements under consideration.
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Last updated on October 08, 2021