Comments for “La Verne Active Transportation Plan”

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  1. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Work with LA County to refine this section, improving surfaces and addressing horse designed barriers which prevent strollers, wagons, bicyclists from using. Ensure this is incorporated into the SGVCOG Greenways effort, which will improve options for funding.

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  2. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Start of "non-mountain biking specific" section of Marshall Canyon Trail. Consider adding wayfinding showing where this goes, and how it connects to important locations within La Verne (e.g. businesses)

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  3. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Mountain bike specific section of trail starts. Although labeled on this map as "Marshall Canyon Biking Trail" it is a LA County "Multi-Use" and not appropriate for bicycles other than mountain bikes.

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  4. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Wayfinding - access to Foothill businesses

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  5. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Claremont Lanes start / end

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  6. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Small section under LA county control? Work with LA county to continue bike lanes to ensure connection to existing Claremont lanes

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  7. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Class II bike lanes, with buffering if roadwidth allows

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  8. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Although not La Verne, La Verne should work closely with LA County to ensure bike lanes are continued unbroken, examine options for buffering on high speed curves, and address parking issues which push cyclist out into traffic lanes, while traveling up hill on curves.

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  9. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Confusing pedestrian button requires pedestrian to continue walking West bound while on the sidewalk

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  10. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    T-intersection. Explore options to allow Westbound cyclists to continue flow on vehicle redlight. Stop confuses cyclists and does not increase safety. Although there are no bicylist related accidents at this point in the data, it is one of the most common locations for bicyclists to receive tickets. Not a clear correlation between enforcement and risk.

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  11. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Entry to Marshall Canyon. Curb cut so bicyclists are nor forced to jump the curb, or ride up private driveways to access designated trail.

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  12. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Intersection requires special attention and treatments (e.g. green highlighting, clear bike spacing, etc). East bound cyclists facing a red, must cross a greenlighted right turn lane, and remain exposed as cars make green lighted right turns while they are stopped

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  13. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Examine options to allow Eastbound cyclists to flow unimpeded at this T intersection. Traffic light confuses cyclists and provides no additional safety benefit.

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  14. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Special attention should be given to car / parking/biking/pedestrian mixing at this area

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  15. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Explore options to allow bicycle traffic to flow through straight at T intersection. Cyclists are confused, and stop provides no safety value

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  16. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Bike lanes if possible, or edge lines. Common routes to access / exit Marshall Canyon, and connect with Baseline as a East/ West Route

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  17. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Provide wayfinding signage to start of Marshall Canyon Trail. Riders / hikers will be starting at Oak Mesa school, where the City suggests they park

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  18. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Consider the road circling the reservoir an off-highway path. If cannot be done full time, create a process where it can be opened periodically for groups, or events providing car-free / traffic light free walking / bicycling.

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  19. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Class II bike lanes with buffers where possible. This road already is largely configured correctly, needs simply signage on the roadway and roadside.

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  20. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Class II with buffering. Huge, overbuilt road encourages excessive vehicle speed by design, with cars given no direction where to within the roadway. High usage route by both road riders, and riders accessing/exiting Marshall Canyon (at tunnel) or continuing to upper entrances at via Stephens Ranch Road

    Liked 4 times.
  21. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    San Dimas has designated San Dimas Canyon as a Bicycle Route (and it is highly used). Once the new road is completed (in progress by San Dimas), this will be La Verne's connection point, and many riders will enter La Verne at this point. (both road users, mountain bikers access upper Marshall Canyon). La Verne will need to start its bike lanes at this point.

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  22. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Continued Class II bike lanes

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  23. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Pedestrian crossing to allow access from residence east of Wheeler to Mills Park. Road Diet will help reduce vehicle speeds and shorten pedestrian exposure/crossing distance.

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  24. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Current location of bike repair stand. Add water bottle compatible water fountain, and signage showing the route to the trail, and route map of La Verne along with the location of businesses to attract visiting cyclists into La Verne to eat/shop/ etc. Signs can be modeled after those already being placed by LA county on the trail.

    Liked 3 times.
  25. Stringio

    Added April 27 2018

    Curb cut allowing direct flow onto trail connecting with the recommended staging area. Currently, bike riders must hop a curb, or ride up a private driveway to access trail to where they have been directed to park.

    Liked 3 times.