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

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  1. Stringio

    Added October 29 2017

    I love this proposed bike/ped facility!

  2. Stringio

    Added October 29 2017

    This connector trail from TB to downtown would be wonderful!

  3. Stringio

    Added October 29 2017

    The “key way” under the RR tracks here has been an issue for Sac River Trail users for years. An improvement for bike/ped safety here would be a great improvement.

  4. Stringio

    Added October 29 2017

    YES! A bike path next to the ACID canal is a wonderful proposal. I live south of City Hall and this is the best way to get to Turtle Bay.

  5. Stringio

    Added October 29 2017

    Please improve bike/ped safety crossing 273 & RR tracks.

  6. Stringio

    Added October 29 2017

    The addition of a Lower Jenny Creek trail from Mary Lake to Eureka Way through the Catholic Cemetery: This would be both for recreation and transportation. This will have to be a project for the future as the Catholic Church will not allow that to happen at this time. If it ever happens it will greatly improve local bicycle connectivity.

  7. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    The ACID Canal Trail [near Sycamore Elementary School]:
    If this section of the ACID Canal is being used as a commuter trail—Great!

  8. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    This new park is a great addition to the Redding Parks and trail system.

  9. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    The ACID Canal Trail:
    If built, this would be the busiest commuter bicycle route in the city. It has at least 5 schools along its length. This stretch of the ACID between Park Marina Drive and Cypress Avenue, already used by many would be a good place to start. With shade trees and a few benches this portion would become a neighborhood amenity.

  10. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    An Upgrade and Protection of the [currently unofficial] Lower Salt Creek Trail:
    A rough de facto trail has followed lower Salt Creek for decades. Currently it has no legal protection and does not meet basic safety standards [including an unbridged creek crossing]. With residential development proceeding on both sides of lower Salt Creek, having a trail similar to the Buenaventura Trail following the course of lower Salt Creek would be a natural progression. It would also help drive out homeless people who are camping along and above Salt Creek.

  11. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    The Addition of Trail Connections from the future Salt Creek Heights Subdivision and the Sacramento River Trail:
    Current development plans for this subdivision allow for a single trail connection–to the Buenaventura Trail. Except for homes close to the Buenaventura Trail, the majority of the subdivision residents, especially the western portion, will have no convenient access to either Salt Creek or the River Trail. The addition of 3 connector trails [which can be pedestrian only] would allow for trail access for most residents. Especially important would be a trail starting in the area of the [now closed] Old Mill Deli and ending at Salt Creek, which hopefully will have a trail along its length in the near future.

  12. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    Paving the Buenaventura Trail:
    This should be paid for by the builders of the Salt Creek Heights Subdivision as a condition of development. These residents will be heavy trail users.

  13. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    1) develop a dirt bike trail connecting whiskey falls trail following Crystal Creek road to hwy 299 and along hwy 299 east bound to tower house.

    2) develop a dirt bike trail somewhere along hwy 299 east bound connecting tower house to oak bottom area.

    3) develop a dirt bike trail along hwy 299 West bound from French Gulch to Lewiston.

    4) develop a dirt bike trail along hwy 299 east bound from river trail in Redding area to dry creek road in Bella Vista and along dry creek road to Jones valley campground area.

    5) connector trail from river trail to hwy 299 and North market 273 junction.

    6) develop a trail on higher ground from West side of Shasta dam to dry creek trail for accessibility during high water levels when a portion of dry creek trail is under water.

    7) develop a trail system along hwy 44 east bound to Lassen Volcanic National Park.

    8) develop more trails along shorelines of lake Shasta McCloud arm and Sacramento arm.

    9) develop more trails with whiskeytown nra on south west side near coggins area with connectors to old Shasta.

    10) develop trail network from Redding to Mt Shasta and the ski park area.

    11) develop trail from Redding to McCloud and Burney areas.

  14. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    An Upper Jenny Creek Trail from Mary Lake to the intersection of Dillard Lane & Trailee Lane is waiting to be built. It would make the Mary Lake Park much more accessible to the residents of the Mary Lake Subdivision. The Trails and Bikeways Council is already working with the Parks & Rec Dept of the COR to make this a reality.

  15. Stringio

    Added October 28 2017

    Recommended possible path for part of the US Bicycle Route 87 corridor bike road by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. This route is based on Old US Route 99 and would finally provide a much quicker and safer road into Shasta lake city by taking the undeveloped pathway and building a bike road to US bicycle route standards. The other bike roads in Shasta lake city and Redding would form a part of the US Bike Route 87 corridor

  16. Stringio

    Added October 27 2017

    It would be great if the path along Buenaventura from Starlight Blvd to Holiday Market could be paved. It would complete the trail. .

  17. Stringio

    Added October 27 2017

    There really needs to be a better pedestrian trail connecting Starlight over to the Holiday Market shopping center. It's such a short walk, but walking with a family can be very dangerous with cars speeding down the street. Also, we've tried pushing little ones in strollers, but the tiny dirt path on the side of the road makes it both difficult and dangerous.

  18. Stringio

    Added October 27 2017

    I’m doing this on my phone, so I wasn’t able to pin point a location.
    I recently was on a walk with my wife on Hilltop drive, and we noticed a woman in a wheelchair trying to cross Hilltop to the bus stop at the North End. (Near the old Docs Skyroom)
    We helped her cross the street and noticed there is only 1crosswalk on Hilltop between Browning and Lake Blvd. The single crosswalk is located at Peppertree. We feel the city should consider adding at least 2, maybe 3 additional crosswalks in that area.
    Thank you for your consideration.

  19. Stringio

    Added October 27 2017

    The sidewalk needs to be completed on the WEST side of Buenaventura between Placer (where there is a start of sidewalk) and Lakeside. This will allow pedestrian traffic to travel from Placer to the start of the Buenaventura Trail without crossing any other streets except Lakeside and 299 .

  20. Stringio

    Added October 26 2017

    Need better / more consistent sidewalks along main road through Burney...and also to the schools

  21. Stringio

    Added October 26 2017

    Great to have bike lane out by the school

  22. Stringio

    Added October 26 2017

    Airport Rd should be a high priority - hopefully with a seperated path from Anderson to Shasta College. At least wide buffered bike lanes.

  23. Stringio

    Added October 26 2017

    Yes, seperated path here is important - already scary to walk/bike and will only get worse with new stores/traffic coming to the area

  24. Stringio

    Added October 26 2017

    Need a paved path between Shasta College, Simpson Unviersity and connect to Shasta View, path along 299 to the west, and to the Churn Creek Trails....please give safe transportation options to college students

  25. Stringio

    Added October 26 2017

    Iron Mt and Keswicks roads should have full bike lanes (not just be a 'route')