The Grand Boulevard Initiative, in collaboration with the City of Palo Alto and the City of Redwood City, is currently working on a streetscape improvement project that will facilitate the design of improvements on El Camino Real in Redwood City and Palo Alto to improve safety and accessibility for all roadway users. Funded through a Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning grant and local match, the project will improve portions of El Camino Real between Maple Street and State Route 84/Charter Street in Redwood City and Stanford Avenue to Lambert Avenue in Palo Alto.
The areas in Redwood City and Palo Alto were chosen based on their high opportunity to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety and access on El Camino Real. The study will identify the challenges, needs, and opportunities for all modes of transportation and develop improvements to make the areas more livable for residents.
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Public outreach for the study segment in Palo Alto will begin in January 2018 with the first of at least three opportunities to provide input. For information on upcoming workshops in Palo Alto or to participate in the interactive online survey visit the Grand Boulevard Palo Alto webpage here.
Outreach events for Redwood City will begin in March and April 2018.