Vanilla 1.1.9 is a product of Lussumo. More Information: Documentation, Community Support.
1501 to 1522 of 1522
The Rose Canyon Bike Path will be temporarily closed starting 7 p.m. on October 18 and will reopen at 6 a.m. on October 19, while San Diego Gas & Electric completes a hydrotest of a relocated natural gas pipeline in the area. The entire path will be closed and flaggers will not allow bicycles to enter; please avoid this area as pipeline testing is in progress.
Metro is promoting the extension of the Green Line to LAX with a video featuring Angelenos pining for an easier way to get to the airport. The final environmental impact report for the Airport Metro Connector 96th Transit Station will be released Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016, for public review.
Is it time for ODOT to put bike lanes on St. Johns Bridge?Cyclist Mitchell York, 55, killed Saturday while riding on bridgeEmily Sinovic and KOIN 6 News Staff - October 31, 2016,Driver arrested for fatally striking bicyclist has 31 prior driving convictionsKGW November 01, 2016
Voigt Drive and Campus Point Drive will be modified to accommodate the increased traffic that will result from implementation of the future Voigt Direct Access Ramp (DAR) to the I-5 freeway. The Voigt Drive Bridge will be replaced with a wider bridge that includes sidewalks and bike lanes. Voigt Drive will be widened from two to four lanes.The DARs would be accessed through campus from the reconfigured Voigt Drive Bridge. This project could result in increased vehicular traffic, including non-campus trips, on Voigt Drive and Gilman Drive in particular.
The lane configuration of the bridge deck and the roadway would consist of 42 feet curb to curb to provide two 11-foot wide travel lanes, a ten-foot wide left turn pocket and two five-foot wide bike lanes.
sd_mike:Any other locations that need additional striping/signage that I can help with?
The bicycle lane is part of the Coastal Rail Trail, a bike route that was originally planned in the mid-1990s to run from Oceanside to the Santa Fe Depot in Downtown San Diego. Proposed is a bicycle lane that will run along Gilman Drive from La Jolla Village Drive to SR 52. The proposed bike lane is a “Class IV,” which means it’s physically separated from traffic by more than a white stripe.The stretch of Gilman Drive that will accommodate the project currently includes two lanes each way. City engineers propose to reduce one lane northbound for most of the segment and reduce one lane southbound in the stretch south of Via Alicante. Then, the two-way Class IV bike lane will be located on the east side of the road with a three-foot separation from traffic.LJCPA vice president Helen Boyden and treasurer Janie Emerson voiced concerns about eliminating car lanes on southbound Gilman Drive, a street that routinely gets backed up by traffic trying to enter I-5. Senior City Engineer Dan Nutter responded that traffic studies showed the backup is caused by the I-5 entrance, and therefore reducing incoming lanes won’t make traffic worse.But Boyden persisted, “It’s going to make it worse if there’s only one lane, because there are people who want to get on the highway, and there are people who want to go straight through. I think it’s a problem and you should reconsider.” MAP
City staff also received criticism about an extra single bike lane currently in the design phase that would run southbound alongside traffic. “I will never ride downhill on the east side of the road because I have to stop at all those stop lights. Given the choice, every single cyclist is going to stay on the west side because of those intersections,” said trustee Brian Will.Nutter reassured LJCPA board members that the project is in the early design stages and many changes — including those suggested during public presentations — will be added to it.
sd_mike:Why would ANYONE be riding "downhill" on the east side of the road? ... How is that an argument in the first place?
...the two-way Class IV bike lane will be located on the east side of the road with a three-foot separation from traffic.
Smorg:I dropped down into Old Town via Presidio Dr for the first time in almost a year this afternoon and had a really nice surprise; the city had finally leveled off the root bumps and repaved much of the descent down the hill from Serra Museum so it's nice and smooth now. Yey!