Comments for “La Verne Active Transportation Plan”

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  1. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    High volume interchange warrants special attention to details. Consider designated areas for bikes, bike boxes, and gree highlighting through mixing zones.

    Liked 3 times.
  2. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Class II - this is an important North/South connector. Very wide streets warrants the use of buffering.

    Liked 1 times.
  3. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Class II, with special attention to use of best practices for freeway on/off ramps. Warrants the use of green highlighting, and blocked transition areas

    Liked 3 times.
  4. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Class II - this route provides an alternative to avoid the Baseline / Fruit / Freeway on-off ramp section for Southbound cyclists. Best option for casual/timid riders.

    Liked 1 times.
  5. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Class II Lanes. Provides access to large portion of the businesses on Foothill Blvd. without the need to travel directly on Foothill. Also, the common route used by cyclists to access Civic Center, or traveling North from D street.

    Liked 1 times.
  6. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Class III (from two existing freeway crossovers), allows cyclists to access major business area on Foothill without need to travel on Foothill.

    Liked 0 times.
  7. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Replace curb with ramp, allowing direct flow onto existing freeway overcrossing. Eliminates need to use private driveways for access.

    Liked 2 times.
  8. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Replace curb with ramp, allowing direct flow onto existing freeway overcrossing. Eliminates need to use private driveways for access.

    Liked 1 times.
  9. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Replace curb with ramp, allowing direct flow onto existing freeway overcrossing. Eliminates need to use private driveways for access.

    Liked 2 times.
  10. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Implement ramp allowing bicycles to directly access existing overcrossing, without need to use private driveways and sidealks

    Liked 2 times.
  11. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Class III leading to existing freeway cross over

    Liked 1 times.
  12. Stringio

    Added April 29 2018

    Wayfinding signage indicating route to Foothill businesses

    Liked 2 times.
  13. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Trails does not actually exist, and is vacant dirt. However, LA County has installed a trail map and description board at this point.

    Liked 3 times.
  14. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Trail does not exist. During events at the park, cars use this as a parking lot, making connecting to underpass impossible.

    Liked 1 times.
  15. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Trail enters wash. Currently not marked or visible. The approach is via a large expanse of open dirt.

    Liked 1 times.
  16. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Marshall Canyon Trail continues, largely within the concrete wash. Extremely dangerous (algae covered), and largely unusable. Work with LA count on options to improve

    Liked 1 times.
  17. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    All interchanges require significant improvement, including:
    - Better on/off ramps to trail across streets
    - Signage at streets stating they are approaching a trail crossing
    - Green highlighting/hashing where trail cross streets

    Liked 2 times.
  18. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    The current trail does not meet Caltrans nor NACTO standards. Work with the community to improve, and make more aesthetically pleasing and functional.

    Liked 4 times.
  19. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Warning signs to drivers entering/exiting plant. Use Ojai trail as an example where heavy equipment crosses a designated trail.

    Liked 2 times.
  20. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Shown as a trail on this map. Work with LA County to improve this with cub cutouts / pavement, allowing bikes to connect using E. Baseline Rd. This would allow cyclist to avoid most of the congestion as Foothill reaches Baseline, and the narrow, difficult shoulders

    Liked 3 times.
  21. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Future crossing point for Marshall Canyon Trail. Expected to include signalized crossing

    Liked 4 times.
  22. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Marshall Canyon Trail cross.
    - barriers on both sides of road force lifting bikes, stollers, wagons, etc.
    - Surface needs to be improved.
    - Extremely dangerouse crossing with a blind coner and line of sight blocked by thich vegitation
    - Crossing should have green highlighting, and signage. Consider pedestrian / bike activate warning for cars

    Liked 4 times.
  23. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Marshall Canyon Trail. Open exit gate to allow trail users to access business, thereby providing an off-highway route to business on Foothill. Trail goes under Foothill and needs to be improved. Generally filled with mud, algae and can be very dangerous on a bicycle.

    Liked 4 times.
  24. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Trail crossing of 210 freeway. Already marked with bike lanes.

    Liked 0 times.
  25. Stringio

    Added April 28 2018

    Entrance to Marshall Canyon Trail. Trail needs surface improved, and barriers modified to allow bicycles, strollers, etc. Consider a signalized crossing of Baseline (same as is proposed where the trail is to cross Wheeler at Paseo)

    Liked 3 times.