Comments for “Santa Cruz Bicycle / Pedestrian Corridors”

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  1. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Allow pedestrians to cross all 4 ways at this intersection

  2. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    The entire levee needs improved signage for bikes/peds, and just general improvements so it is embraced as a safe path to use.

  3. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Make connection from Cayuga to Rail Trail, so Cayuga can be a true neighborhood connector, instead of routing bikes to Logan/Seabright then Seabright/Murray

  4. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Allow pedestrians to cross all 4 ways at this intersection

  5. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    REmove parking on north side of Soquel to complete Soquel corridor and improve bike safety (bike lanes or better yet protected bike lanes). All businesses on this strip have their own parking lots, this shouldn't be an issue.

  6. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Allow pedestrians to cross all 4 ways at this intersection

  7. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Allow pedestrians to cross all 4 ways at this intersection

  8. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Allow pedestrians to cross all 4 ways at this intersection

  9. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Add a crosswalk with bulb-outs here

  10. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Extend the Murray Bridge improvements all the way to seabright, slow traffic down, and add protected bikes lanes.

  11. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Please add traffic calming measures on Murray and the bridge, and physically separate cars and bikes for an added safety buffer.

  12. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    King street needs continuity, if it is supposed to be teh bike route parallel to Mission. It dumps bikes out onto Mission where cars are accelerating to get onto Hwy 1, speeds are high here. Make a connection for bikes and add physical traffic calming measures to keep cars at 25 until after Swift.

  13. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Bay Street should be reconfigured to have protected bike lanes in both directions, especially where there are 4 lanes and is is supposed to be 25 MPH. Traffic calming measures as well. This would increase UCSC bike rates.

  14. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Although used by tourist pedestrians, trucks unloading for the Boardwalk, and poorly marked and enforced, this protected bike lane is one of the safest places to ride a bike in the city!

  15. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Roundabout makes bikes yield to cars crossing the bike lane to turn; this would be illegal for the car to cross the bike lane with someone in it on a regular street, why here? Very dangerous.

  16. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    The transition from Beach Street needs striping/signage/new ramps through the parking lot, especially at the gate, this is a major conflict zone for bikes in both directions.

  17. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Need to pick a real bike corridor here, either Mission or King, and remove parking on one side as needed to make it protected and safe. Or create barriers so there is less through traffic, more of a true bike boulevard or neighborhood greenway. Design for 8-80 year olds to be safe.

  18. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    We need to connect the wonderful San Lorenzo River multi-use trail to the Harvey West Area. Improvements should be made to Encinal Street to make it more bicycle and pedestrian friendly. Specific improvements should include bicycle lanes on both sides of the street, sidewalks the entire length of Encinal, and improvements to the railroad crossing. The interface between the Encinal St. pavement and the rail line is atrocious, and it's just a matter of time before a cyclist has a serious accident here and files suit against the city for not addressing the problem. Kirby school is located at the end of Encinal St., so perhaps this project can quality for Safe Routes to School project funding. Also, the City of SC should be negotiating with the concrete company to regularly sweep the roadway of the debris it deposits on the road

  19. Stringio

    Added August 31 2015

    Please add a protected crosswalk here to get from the Harbor stairs to the Rail Trail across Murray. This crosswalk could also help to calm traffic back down to 25 MPH

  20. Stringio

    Added August 30 2015

    The signal light at this intersection is set up very poorly. There are times when the Broadway SW bound traffic has Green and Laurel NE bound (headed either up Broadway or turning South onto San Lorenzo Blvd) are held at Red. Also, no right turn on Red is allowed for Laurel St. NE bound traffic heading for San Lorenzo Blvd., though there seems to be no reason.

  21. Open-uri20150830-20445-1d5apzj?1440923093

    Added August 30 2015

    Please remove the 6' cement barrier preventing bicyclists from leaving the San Lorenzo Riverway when heading North and trying to turn right onto Laurel.

  22. Stringio

    Added August 29 2015

    This intersection gets severely tied up due to a few issues that could be relatively easily fixed:
    1. Adjust traffic lights for Broadway traffic so that left turn traffic signal is green the entire time that the through traffic light is green in each direction. (if 4 cars want to turn left on to Ocean, which is very often the case, then there is not enough space for through traffic to move, so it gets backed up).
    2. Create diagonal crosswalks at Ocean/Broadway, so pedestrians can cross in any direction all at once, with no cars having a green light in any direction (and no green for pedestrians while cars are moving). Currently, if even one pedestrian wants to cross Ocean on Broadway then no traffic can turn right, blocking all through traffic).

  23. Stringio

    Added August 29 2015

    Soquel Avenue and Cayuga needs a stoplight as people jump on it to make light at Seabright and it is really dangerous intersection with Doyle, Benito Soquel and Cayuga all feeding at once.

  24. Stringio

    Added August 29 2015

    Recreational beach ride from south county to Capitola as well as commuting ride to Cabrillo College and Capitola.

  25. Stringio

    Added August 28 2015

    King street is a dedicated bike Blvd yet it is one of the roughest, most uneven roads I've ridden on in Santa Cruz County. This road could use a re-pave.