Narrow west-side sidewalk to allow a 14-foot median.
Narrow the entrance to 28th Street by adding pedestrian bulbouts.
Replace a parking space (on either 28th or Guerrero) with more sidewalk in the parking lane.More on bulbouts
Medians in the intersection slow turning traffic.
More on extending medians
Create crosswalks at true 90 degree angles.
9-foot sidewalks and 8-foot parking lanes allow a wider median.
Block car access from 28th or Guerrero to San Jose (and vice versa).
Closing the street to traffic allows for new parking. Not adding parking allows for a bigger public space.
Adding parking at E could offset removing parking at H.
Revenue from new meters could be specifically earmarked by the city to pay for local improvements.
More on meters
Use self-watering planters to create a green space and hedge from wind and noise.
Mark the ground (with cobblestones or special concrete color, for instance) in the public space to alert drivers they are visitors.
Creates more public space.
Residents can drive both ways along a narrowed traffic lane.
The current parking spaces could be maintained or replaced with new spaces at E.
Only residents of San Jose could drive through the public space.
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