Bicycle and Pedestrian Corridor Study

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Cover Page for the San Pablo Bicycle and Pedestrian Corridor Study (adopted February 2022)
  1. Project Information ENGLISH
  2. Información del Proyecto ESPAÑOL

Project Overview

The San Pablo Bicycle and Pedestrian Corridors Study will analyze approximately 6 miles of key transportation corridors, gather community feedback and produce concept designs. These segments were identified for future study in the City’s 2017 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan because they represent key opportunities to improve pedestrian and bicyclist accessibility and safety.

Streets in San Pablo Corridor Study / Calles en el estudio de corredores de San Pablo

Image 1: Map of the City’s Pedestrian Priority Network, as identified in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, and the corridors identified for additional study.

Key Project Elements

The project will include the following key elements:

  • Analysis of 8 potential bikeway segments and 2 potential shared-use paths, with a focus on parking, traffic and/or other constraints
  • Concept design, feasibility analysis and cost estimates for each segment
  • Bilingual community engagement, including formation of a Technical Advisory Community, a community workshop, “pop-ups” and a temporary demonstration

 Tentative Project Schedule

  • Study Development: Summer 2020 – Fall 2021
  • Community Outreach: Fall 2020 – Summer 2021

 Project Team

  • Project Manager: Sarah Kolarik, Environmental Program Analyst, City of San Pablo
  • Project Design Team: Toole Design and Kimley-Horn & Associates

Project Funding

The total estimated cost of this Project is $335,000.

The project has been made possible through the following funding sources:

  • City Funds: $40,000
  • California Department of Transportation (Caltrans):
    • Sustainable Communities Grant, Senate Bill 1 (SB1): $295,500
    • On April 28, 2017, then Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 1 (SB1), known as the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. SB1 was enacted to address basic road maintenance, rehabilitation, and critical safety needs oCaltrans Logon both the state highway and local streets and road system.
    • Caltrans’ mission is to provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California’s economy and livability.

For more information, visit Caltrans and  SB1 websites.