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Neighborhood Traffic Safety & Bicycle Boulevard Projects
The Neighborhood Traffic Safety and Bicycle Boulevard (NTSBB) Projects built out the city's bicycle boulevard network and provide traffic calming to create low-stress bicycle routes in Palo Alto. These Council-approved projects enhance local Palo Alto streets to reduce automobile speeds and to prioritize safety for pedestrians and bicyclists. This work is split in to two phases.
NTSBB Phase 1 was partially constructed in 2018.
NTSBB Phase 2 is on hold.
This staff report contains an evaluation of the data and community feedback that leads to recommendations for modifications of the existing project and a path to move forward with pending bicycle boulevard projects. The recommendations include signing and striping modifications to implement the traffic control changes at the intersection of Ross Road and E Meadow Drive and intersections of Moreno Ave, Fielding Avenue and Amarillo Avenue on Louis Road. These changes are planned to be performed from November 9 -13, 2020.
The prioritization of pending bicycle boulevard projects (both phases) will be brought to the City Council following community outreach and input.
|City of Palo Alto Bicycle + Pedestrian Transportation Plan|
|Neighborhood Traffic Safety & Bicycle Boulevard Project FAQs (with pictures)|
|Neighborhood Traffic Safety & Bicycle Boulevard Project FAQs|
Contact: Office of Transportation
|View our other Infrastructure Plan projects at www.infrastructure.cityofpaloalto.org.|