Beyond Bike Lanes Community Outreach Meeting
City of Visalia, Admin Board Room
220 N Santa Fe Street
Tuesday, Feb. 27 | 6-7pm
To attend virtually, click here. Food will be provided.
In order to provide you with a high-quality complete street and active street that would serve our community needs; we are conducting a survey of the surrounding area to better understand how the Santa Fe corridor can be improved to better serve our community. Click HERE to take the survey.
The Santa Fe corridor between Houston Ave and Tulare Ave is a robust north south corridor that traverses the City’s downtown, various medical destinations, City of Visalia Transit depot, dining businesses and many other community destinations. There are existing multi use trails to the north of Houston Ave and south of Tulare Ave along Santa Fe alignment. These factors lead to the City of Visalia’s Active Transportation Plan to identify this corridor as a prime location for a robust Class IV bicycle facility to offer a first and last mile connector opportunity for non-vehicular transportation. The City of Visalia is afforded the opportunity to apply for grant funding to improve this portion of the Santa Fe corridor to create a robust multi modal corridor.
This survey is available in English and Spanish by clicking the globe icon near your top left screen.
The project proposes to construct a 2-way cycle track along the east side of the Santa Fe St from Tulare Ave to Houston Ave. The project will include sidewalk improvements to accommodate pedestrian travel and intersection improvement to increase visibility and safety of all non-motorized road users. This route will be developed in coordination with the community, clearly defining the safety benefits from the project as well as the parking impacts and expectations of the corridor’s functionality post project construction.
The Santa Fe corridor improvement is depicted in blue above, spanning from Tulare Ave to Houston Ave.
Photo Credit - Alta Planning & Design
The goal of the Santa Fe Corridor project is to encourage residents to use the corriode more while promoting active modes of transportation by:
Thank you for being an important part of this public feedback process.
For more information or questions about the grant application process, please contact Diego Corvera, Civil Engineer at (559) 713-4209 or [email protected].