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History of the San Jose/Guerrero Neighborhood Plan

March 2005: Public workshops

In March, we held two public workshops, conducted by the Project for Public Spaces. At the workshops, PPS presented a slide show about possibilities for the neighborhood.

"Create a place"

PPS stressed that we could "create a place" in addition to slowing traffic and making our streets easier to cross.

The workshops also included a "Place Game", in which small groups of people evaluated specific locations. We conducted more Place Games for six weeks after the workshops to make sure that each location was assessed.

May 2005: Technical workshop

From the workshop and Place Game results, opinion survey data and door-to-door canvassing, PPS created some preliminary designs.

In May, we met with city, county and state officials from a dozen different departments to get their reactions to the preliminary ideas. For the most part, they agreed that the preliminary designs were plausible--although expensive in some cases.

August 2005: PPS Drawings

In August, PPS created a series of concept drawings to help all of us visualize the plans.

They drew plans for the entire stretch from Randall to Cesar Chavez, as well as more detailed plans for five intersections.

October 2005: Public workshops

We reviewed the concept drawings and plans at two public workshops in English and one in Spanish.

Draft Plan

Neighborhood Plan Home

Neighborhood Planning Recommendation

History of the Plan

Corridor-wide Features

Intersection Guide

Map of Corridor

Cesar Chavez

28th Street

29th Street

Dolores

Randall

Other Intersections

Additional Information

Pedestrian Bulbouts

Temporary Pedestrian Bulbouts

Wider sidewalks or wider Median

Trees in the Street

Trees

Extending the Median

Parking Meters

Turn Pockets

PPS Slideshow from Community Workshops

Survey Results

Background Information

Local Collisions

Local Traffic Counts

Local Traffic Speeds

Speed Limit Law

Crosswalk Law

Pedestrian Crossing Law

PPS

PPS Traffic Calming 101