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Creating a Neighborhood Plan

In late 2004, the San Jose/Guerrero Coalition to Save Our Streets won several grants to develop a neighborhood plan.

Starting in 2005, we held a series of workshops to determine what neighbors would like for their neighborhood.

The workshops were conducted jointly with the Project for Public Spaces, an organization that has worked for more than 30 years to help "create Places."

Organization

The links at the right show the plan.

Corridor-wide features shows features that we anticipate would be added all along the corridor.

Intersection guide gives a brief description of the five intersections for which there are specific drawings.

Map of corridor shows a map of the entire stretch from Cesar Chavez to Randall, including treatments for all intersections.

Following that are drawings for each of the five intersections identified by neighbors for intense consideration.

The links under "Additional Information" show explanations for feature not tied to specific locations.

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