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Re: Petition to increase the safety of the crosswalk on Santa Cruz Ave at Lemon

From: domainremoved <Yee>
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2017 13:08:24 -0800

Dear Ms. Choy,

I would like to follow up on this issue.

I saw the yellow crosswalk lines being painted last year, but have not
noticed any trimming of the trees.

Can you comment on your prioritization plan for this crosswalk, as well as
the time schedule?

Thank you,

Best regards,

Yee-Yie Fogarty


On Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 9:48 AM, Choy, Kristiann M <kmchoy_at_(domainremoved)
wrote:

> Dear Ms. Fogarty,?
>
>
> The Transportation Division is currently evaluating the crosswalk at Santa
> Cruz and Lemon and looking for near-term and long-term potential
> modifications. We have reviewed the landscaping at the intersection and are
> working with our maintenance team to trim some of the landscaping to ensure
> the existing signage is visible and also to improve night time visibility.
> We will also be repainting the yellow crosswalk lines. The City is
> currently developing a Citywide crosswalk policy and prioritization plan.
> Longer term, the policy will determine the type of crosswalk enhancements
> based on the vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle volumes, speeds, and
> collision history. There are several measures of crosswalk enhancements
> that we can consider including signage, additional striping and pavement
> markings, and some type of lighted crosswalk. With the exception of the
> lighted crosswalk (due to significant cost of the improvements), staff can
> recommend and install these types of enhancements.
>
>
> Thank you for your email,
>
> Kristiann
>
>
> Kristiann Choy, P.E.
> City of Menlo Park - Transportation Division
> 650.330.6772
>
>
Received on Fri Jan 20 2017 - 13:11:45 PST

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