2012 Bicycle and Pedestrian Funding Program Award Recipients
This funding program provides grants to local government agencies and their partners in an effort to develop a comprehensive and effective bicycle and pedestrian network in the Sacramento Region.
Approximately $8 million was available to program in the Bicycle & Pedestrian Funding Program, and SACOG received 25 project applications totaling almost $14.5 million. Several projects applied to two funding programs, to pay for different portions of their projects, and many projects recommended for award received funding from different funding programs (Regional/Local and Community Design). The below sixteen projects applied to the Bike/Ped Funding Program, but they may have also applied and received funding from the other programs.
On December 15, 2011 the SACOG Board for the Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Funding Program. Projects in Sacramento, Yolo, Yuba, and Sutter Counties were eligible in this round of funding. Projects in El Dorado and Placer Counties used a separate selection and funding process due to an agreement between their respective county transportation agencies and SACOG.
The awarded projects were recommended from a selection process comprised of an appointed review committee composed of professional staff and other stakeholders from the four-county area. Applications were evaluated on how well they met Project Performance Outcomes (barrier elimination, gap closure, connections to/within activity centers, increasing number of bike/walk trips, and improving safety/security for bicyclists and pedestrians), as well as meeting the Goals and Selection Considerations, as outlined in the Bicycle & Pedestrian Funding Program Guidelines.
The following bicycle and pedestrian projects were approved for funding during the 2012 funding cycle, and will receive funding in FFY 2015 and 2016. For each project, a PDF of the application is provided.
City of Citrus Heights
Creek Corridor Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study
This project is a planning study to determine the feasibility of establishing a multi-use trail system within the city’s 16 miles of creek corridors.
City of Davis
Drexel Bicycle Blvd. & H St. Tunnel Improvements
Create a bicycle boulevard along Drexel Dr. from Snyder Dr. to J St.
City of Elk Grove
Laguna Creek Trail – North Camden Spur
This project is a combination class I bike trail and class II bike lane project, connecting Camden neighborhoods to existing and future trails in Elk Grove. The project includes a bridge over Laguna Creek.
City of Folsom
Folsom Lake Class I Bikeway
Construct a 1.25-mile segment of class I trail along East Natoma St. corridor, from southern Prison entrance road to an existing class I bikeway along Folsom Lake Crossing Rd.
City of Live Oak
Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
Create a Live Oak Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan to integrate bicycle and pedestrian features into future development, as well as identify improvements for existing facilities.
City of Rancho Cordova
Bicycle Traffic Signal Detection
Install push buttons and sensors to facilitate bicyclists crossing the intersection at six locations: Zinfandel Dr./Olson Dr.; Mather Field Rd/Rockingham Dr.; Sunrise Blvd/Trade Center Dr.; Rockingham Dr./Old Placerville Rd; and Folsom Blvd/Mercantile Dr.
Class II Bicycle Trail Gap Closures
Apply striping and signage to designate class II bike lanes along various corridors as identified by the City of Rancho Cordova grant application.
City of Sacramento
Sacramento City College/Curtis Park Village Overcrossing
Construct a bicycle and pedestrian overcrossing over the railroad tracks from the Sacramento City College RT light rail station to the Curtis Park Village development. The sponsor will construct a temporary bicycle path that connects to 24th St. from the east end of the bridge, if the Curtis Park Village development is not developed at the time of construction.
City of Woodland
East Main St. Improvements
Construct sidewalks, class II bike lanes, bus turnouts, and safety improvements along East Main St., from East St. to east of Pioneer Ave.
City of Yuba City
Butte House Rd. & Pease Rd. Class II Bicycle Lanes
Widen shoulders to eight-feet – a six foot class II bike lane and a 2 foot painted buffer zone – on Butte House Rd from Madison Rd. to Tharp Rd., and on Pease Rd. from Stabler Ln. to Live Oak Blvd.
Countywide Bicycle Lane Gap Closures & Signal Detection
The project would make bicycle improvements to four regions within Sacramento County. Improvements include class II bike lanes and modifications to multiple intersections, including bicycle signal detection.
Folsom Blvd/Butterfield Way Hazard Removal
Modify the intersection at Butterfield Way and Folsom Blvd. to eliminate the bicycle lane barrier of a high voltage steel power pole and create a continuous bicycle lane on the southern side of Folsom Blvd. Remove a turn lane and reconfigure the signal timing at the intersection.
Sacramento Regional Transit District
Three-Capacity Bicycle Racks for Buses
Purchase 250 bicycle racks with capacity to hold three bicycles each, which includes 13 racks as spares. RT’s current bicycle racks can hold two bicycles each.
Sutter Ave. & California St. Class II Bicycle Lanes
Construct 2.5 miles of class II bike lanes on Sutter Ave. from Acacia Ave. to Oak St., and on California St. from Butte House Rd. to Washington St.
West Entry Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements
Construct intersection modifications at La Rue and Orchard Road, which includes a dedicated bicycle and pedestrian signal phase.
Powerline Rd. Safe Routes to Schools Phase III
Construct new curbs, gutters, sidewalks, and bicycle lanes along Powerline Rd. from 9th Ave. to 600 feet north of 6th Ave in the town of Olivehurst.