Comments for “La Verne Active Transportation Plan”

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  1. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Special attention should be given to this area, as it is has periods of high use by parents / school activities. Road diet would allow more options for separating drop off / pick up, bike separation, shorten exposure/crossing distance for pedestrians and slower traffic speeds through school zone.

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  2. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Work with LA County / San Dimas to connect this small section with new lanes on Baseline, and existing San Dimas Lanes ending at San Dimas Canyon

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  3. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Implement a "box turn" to East bound riders to perform a 2 point turn, preventing the need to cross all lanes of traffic, going uphill to make a left.

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  4. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Should have green blocking where bicycles cross the non-signalized right turn. Also, a sign stating bicycle crossing, etc.

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  5. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Class II - considering buffering where possible

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  6. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Very high usage East / West Route. This intersections is very challenging,and will require good attention to detail and adoption of best practices

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  7. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    San Dimas bike lanes start and end here. Very high usage route

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  8. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Improve trail - especially at the small section of steps to allow strollers, wagons and bicycles to access the park from Foxglen. Consider connecting with Currently, people ride down the slope (next to the stairs). Connect trail with recent paved parkway to access playground equipment, and to exit onto Cabot Lane (access to Northern La Verne)

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  9. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Remove / replace low barriers. If a barrier must exists (in addition to the gate already in place), then replace with single pole, or respace barriers. Current configuration prevents families and users from access the park from Fox Glen due the narrow spacing. For bicyclists in Fox Glen this options offers the safest route to North La Verne, Marshall Canyon Trails (via Oak Mesa), and Baseline Eastward routes. However, they must lift their bikes over the barrier to use.

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  10. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Remove / replace rails to allow pedestrians with strollers, wagons, and bicycles to access the park from Fox Glen. Current rails serve no visible purpose, but function as a barrier to the park.

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  11. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    We need bike lanes. It is not safe for bikers to be in heavy traffic.

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  12. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Interchange needs warrants best practice treatment for mixing bike and vehicle traffic such as green highlighting through transition area, clear markings for where bikes should be located, allowing cars to continue to make rights unimpeded. Also needs traffic signals which are triggered by bicyclists.

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  13. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Class II bikelanes should be added the full length of from Baseline to Golden Springs Road. This connects Northern La Verne, Heritage Park, Oak Mesa, Staging area to Marshall Canyon, and is the route to access higher routes such as Stevens Ranch Road. It is the best alternative to traveling UP Esperanza

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  14. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Consider a road diet on Wheeler above Baseline. This road is far overbuilt for the traffic volume it carries and will carry in the future. It leads to high traffic speeds (through residential areas), and makes it extremely difficult for residents to enter / exit their homes. Road diet will balance street for all users. (Mills in Claremont is a good example of how a similar street is balanced)

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  15. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Put all pedestrians and bikes on the sidewalks "bikes giving right of way to pedestrians". This will make it safer for bikes. Too many bikes using lanes and riding double wide when room is provided at the side of the road. Make a new law that says if a bicyclist wants to be given the same rights as a car, they will be given tickets for all infractions just like a car. Ie, running stop signs, ridding double wide in a lane, DOT approved helmets and so on.

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