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Changes to Specific Intersections in 2005

Guerrero at Cesar Chavez

  1. This tow-away zone will be rescinded
  2. Just west of this intersection, this tow-away zone will be rescinded
  3. The southbound bicycle lane will start here, and the current third traffic lane will be removed
  4. On each side of the median, "do not cross" stripes will be painted creating a 12-foot median
  5. The middle lane will no longer be allowed to turn right and there will be "no right on red"
  6. The northbound bicycle lane will end a few feet south of here
  7. This lane will no longer be able to turn left

Guerrero at Duncan

  1. A new traffic signal will be installed here
  2. The southbound bicycle lane will continue, and the current third traffic lane will be removed
  3. On each side of the median, "do not cross" stripes will be painted creating a 12-foot median
  4. The northbound bicycle lane will continue, and the current third traffic lane will be removed

Except for the new traffic signal, most intersections will resemble this one.

San Jose at Dolores

  1. Bicycle lanes will be added
  2. Only two lanes will continue and "do not cross" stripes will be added to the median
  3. Traffic will widen to three lanes here

San Jose at Randall

  1. Bicycle lanes will be added starting here
  2. This lane will be converted to left-turn only

What's new?

Planting 2008

Changes at St. Luke's

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