Comments for “GoShasta and City of Redding Active Transportation Plan”

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  1. Stringio

    Added March 02 2017

    Traffic between FRM and McArthur goes very fast. There is hardly a shoulder for bike-riders.

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  2. Stringio

    Added March 02 2017

    My kids like to walk/bike to school, but I find their route once they reach to 299E, to be concerning.They have one crosswalk to cross 299, and then there is not another to cross over Curve St., which is the correct side of the street they should be on if biking. I believe there are not any signs to indicate school/children crossing. Cars drive fast through this section!

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  3. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Eastbound Placer at this area has strange striping, parked cars, then the shoulder ends between Oregon St and Railroad Ave. A cyclist is on the road, has to get on sidewalk, then back on the road to cross tracks; makes for very unpredictable riding.

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  4. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Connecting sidewalks through the length of town would promote pedestrian use.

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  5. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Stoplight at 299 and Marquette would promote safe crossings for pedestrians and cyclists.
    Many children use this intersection to cross and cars and semis often do not so down for the existing crosswalk.

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  6. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Walking and biking paths which connect to the Bernie Creek in this location would be conducive to promoting safety for the many children who frequent this creek during the summertime. As well, it could connect the movie theater to pedestrians and cyclists. Many businesses could use additional bike racks to promote bike use.

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  7. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Park Avenue is well traveled without a large shoulder and without good lighting. The speed limit is also 25 miles an hour but cars travel team there at 40 + mph. This road could you use planning that slows cars down gives better lighting and makes it more pedestrian friendly.

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  8. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Arrowood and other streets parallel to Arrowood our main thoroughfares for children to and from school, both elementary and high schools. We should consider sidewalks at least on one side of the street to protect the kids from vehicular traffic.

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  9. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    I would love to see a bike trail, away from the road that connects Burney, Montgomery Creek, and Redding. A long trail like this in such beautiful country would bring in cyclists to Shasta county from all over.

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  10. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Black Ranch Road is unpaved for about 3 miles at this point. Simply paving it, with no paint or bicycle lanes would connect Fall River and Burney in a meaningful way to avid cyclists allowing for safer road travel other than traveling the narrow gap from Johnson Park toward the 299/89 junction. Plus, this would connect Burney and Burney Falls State Park and nice paved roads around lake Britton. If it were paved I would ride it nearly daily. And kids could take their bikes and tackle boxes to the lake to fish. I would also like to bike in my small children because it would be a much easier ride.

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  11. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    The stretch toward the 299/89 Junction is super dangerous for cyclists. It is the only connection between Fall River and Burney. An alternative route for road cyclists would be black ranch road but 3 miles remains unpaved. This isolates Burney hotels, restaurants and businesses from serving the avid cyclist who may want to cycle to Burney falls or follow the pit river down to pit 3 powerhouse which is a beautiful, quite and paved ride.

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  12. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    A "Churn Creek Trail" could be the river trail on the east side, it could connect Shasta lake city to Enterprise park. HUGE

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  13. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    RFBs would be nice a ton of cyclist and peds cross here.

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  14. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    A lot of people on bikes use this left-hand turn onto red bluff from Swasey and it is dangerous.

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  15. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Bailey Park, Bailey Little League Field and Burney Swimming Pool missing from this map.

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  16. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Burney Elementary School is missing from this map.

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  17. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Rocky Ledge Section of SR 299 is dangerously narrow for bicycle/pedestrian travel.

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  18. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Need traffic calming measures in Burney to make bicycle/pedestrian travel more safe in town. It would also help promote a more vibrant town which could begin to capitalize on the through-traffic.

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  19. Stringio

    Added March 01 2017

    Need to have a safe, more direct Turtle Bay to Downtown connection.

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  20. Stringio

    Added February 28 2017

    I agree with previous comments concerning Fall River Mills. I would like to add that our crosswalks need to be reassessed for convenience of location and safety. We only have two crosswalks crossing highway 299 which connects the east side of town to the elementary school. We do not have adequate signage i.e. "slow children at play" or "slow children crossing" on the highway. I would recommend a bike lane on Highway 299 connecting the town of McArthur to Fall River Mills. Bicyclers cannot now use that connection safely. In order to promote healthy families and children we also suggest the development of a bike/walking nature trail from near the Fall River Elementary school to the Fall River Lake. This area has no vehicular traffic and would be ideal for use in good weather a two or three mile bike loop would be ideal. Susan knoch and Paulette Gooch

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  21. Stringio

    Added February 28 2017

    Add trails to this area and connect them between Shasta College and nearby neighborhoods

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  22. Stringio

    Added February 28 2017

    Should be a walking and bike trail from the dam to digger bay marina

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  23. Stringio

    Added February 28 2017

    Bike path along creek would be great

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  24. Stringio

    Added February 28 2017

    Locust Road between Anderson and Cottonwood - This has the potential to be a great biking and walking gateway between Anderson and Cottonwood but there is no shoulder at all and the road is narrow.

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  25. Stringio

    Added February 28 2017

    This road should be widened for bikes

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