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The Complete Streets Design Case Studies is part of the Grand Boulevardâ€™s â€śRemoving Barriers to Sustainable Communities Projectâ€ť funded by a DOT TIGER II Planning grant and local support. The Complete Streets project will facilitate the design of demonstration projects on El Camino Real to integrate the roadway with sustainable development, encourage pedestrian and transit activity, and promote investor confidence.
Only San Mateo County and cities in San Mateo County that include El Camino Real or Mission Street are eligible to apply. Submitted projects must be for a minimum of one block sections of roadway along El Camino Real/Mission Street and must include a transit stop.
Applications are due no later than 5 PM, Friday, April 29, 2011
View the complete Call for Projects here (PDF)
Major Transit Upgrades on Way to Daly City's Top of the Hill
The GBI announces the launch of the online Street Design Toolbox, based on the 2010 Grand Boulevard Multimodal Transportation Corridor Plan. The Toolbox contains the guidance from the Corridor Plan in a more user-friendly online format, including the Street Design Guidelines, Street Design Prototypes, and a Caltrans Design Guideline Matrix. The Street Design Guidelines promote the basic elements of the Grand Boulevard vision, while remaining consistent with Caltrans and regional agency standards. They encourage multimodal access and a boulevard street environment, and are intended to spur locally-initiated street improvement projects.
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- Grand Boulevard Wins Two Major Grants
- Final Grand Boulevard Multimodal Transportation Corridor Plan Released
- Grand Boulevard Wins State-Level APA Award
- Vision for Hillsdale Station Area Plan Takes Form
- 2009/2010 Grand Boulevard Award Winners Announced!
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