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Removal of Barriers to the Physically Challenged FY 2016-17
(CE 16-17-01)


Central Park Bicycle and Pedestrian Access StudyAerial view of Central Park

This study evaluates and recommends improvements to off-site and on-site multi-modal access for both pedestrians and cyclists. The off-site improvements could include provision for bicycle lanes, sidewalk enhancements, high-visibility crosswalks, improved transit facilities, clear and simple eye-catching way-finding signage. On-site improvements and amenities within the park are recommended and may consist of additional landscaping, rest areas, water fountains, benches, and new or updated connections / pathways between the park facilities.

For more information, contact Blossom Dulos at (408) 615-3007 or bdulos@santaclaraca.gov.

De Soto Avenue Traffic Calming Study


Feasibility Study for City of Santa Clara’s Trail Network Expansion


Pruneridge Avenue Bicycle Lanes Improvements


San Tomas-Saratoga Creek Trail On-Street Portion Enhancement


Tasman Drive Traffic Study

For more information, contact the Traffic Engineering Division at (408) 615-3000 or by email at engineering@santaclaraca.gov.

Related Links
Bay Area Traffic Information (511.org) 
Bike Maps

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