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Trees in the Street

Sharing the parking lane

This picture shows a detail of the plan proposed for Mission Street in which trees are placed in the parking strip.


by Gelfand Partners Architects

Pros

  • Less expensive than widening the sidewalk and planting trees in the sidewalk
  • Adds trees without taking any road width

Cons

  • Reduces the number of parking spaces
  • Street cleaners can't easily clean behind trees

Trees in planting strip

This drawing (by PPS) shows trees in a new 3-foot planting strip between the sidewalk and the parking lane.

Pros

  • Less expensive than widening the sidewalk and planting trees in the sidewalk
  • "Feels" like a wider sidewalk
  • Adds more room to plant

Cons

  • Car doors can easily damage trees
  • Street cleaners can't easily clean behind trees

Draft Plan

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Cesar Chavez

28th Street

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Additional Information

Pedestrian Bulbouts

Temporary Pedestrian Bulbouts

Wider sidewalks or wider Median

Trees in the Street

Trees

Extending the Median

Parking Meters

Turn Pockets

Presentación del PPS para el taller

Survey Results

Antecedentes

Choques en Nuestra Zona

Conteo del Tránsito en Nuestra Zona

Velocidad del Tráfico en Nuestra Zona

Leyes del Límite de Velocidad

Leyes sobre Intersecciones

Leyes para Cruces Peatonales

PPS

Calmando el Tráfico 101