Provide Input on Transportation Issues and Projects In Redwood City!
The City of Redwood City is seeking your input on transportation issues in the community. Read on to learn about the Citywide Transportation Plan, El Camino Real Corridor project, Hopkins Avenue project, and ways you can provide input.
Citywide Transportation Plan
Share your thoughts and ideas on transportation issues through a new web-based map and survey! This feedback will be used to develop projects to increase safety and mobility for everyone, whether you walk, ride a bike, take the bus or train, drive a car, or all of the above. The Citywide Transportation Plan web map, survey and more project details can be accessed here.
El Camino Real Corridor Plan
How would you change El Camino Real?
Provide input on a number of design options that will help to shape the future look and feel of El Camino Real through an online survey! This feedback will be used to develop a corridor plan for El Camino Real, a comprehensive plan that encompasses land use, transportation, streetscape improvements, community benefits, and economic development. The online survey can be accessed here, and will be running until May 19. Visit the City booth this Saturday at the Farmer’s Market (May 13, 8 a.m. — 12 p.m. at the 500 Block of Arguello) to ask questions about the project and to take the survey in person!
Want to learn more? Project details can be found online here.
Hopkins Avenue Corridor
Following a citywide process to rank traffic calming requests, the Hopkins Avenue corridor was found to be the highest priority for a traffic calming project. The City recently started work to design the project.
In support of this effort, the City is asking for the community’s help in identifying concerns with Hopkins Avenue for people walking, riding bikes, and driving. Please take a moment to visit this website, and place a pin in any location where you have a concern. You can also provide positive feedback if you feel a portion of Hopkins Avenue is working well. Input from this web map will be added to feedback we’ve heard from previous community meetings and community member correspondence. It will shape the traffic calming concepts for Hopkins Avenue. We appreciate your help in this effort!
The City of Redwood City encourages community members to join the conversation by providing input, attending City Council meetings, connecting with us, and more. To learn about ways to join the conversation go here.
Interested in other City projects? Learn about them here.