The City, in partnership with the local non-profit organization Circulate San Diego (formerly WalkSanDiego), has been awarded a Community-Based Transportation Planning (CBTP) grant through the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to create a city-wide pedestrian travel and safe routes to school plan.
The San Diego bike loop offers a 7 mile network of on-street bicycle lanes and routes that connect cyclists to downtown businesses and tourist attractions by taking advantage of streets with significantly less traffic and slower speeds. As San Diego’s bike sharing program gets underway, the bike loop offers alternative, quiet streets for commuters and casual riders alike. The route is marked using the wayfinding symbol below. Please remember, all riders must follow directional signs on one-way streets.
PedsCount! 2014 will feature cutting-edge research, best practices and innovations to advance walking in California. Come share your successes, challenges, and lessons learned with pedestrian safety and health professionals, researchers, community advocates, and walking enthusiasts from all over the state.
This document released in April 2014 by the City of Oakland is a comprehensive, detailed look at a proposed Complete Streets implementation for a large section of Telegraph Avenue. It reflects a deeply detailed knowledge of the street, and seeks to address the needs of transit riders, bicyclists and pedestrians. It is profusely illustrated with great examples of various treatments, tailored to the specific needs and conditions on Telegraph, but easily translatable elsewhere. Here's the introduction: