2014 Regional ATP Funding Award Recipients
City of Yuba City
Franklin Road Improvements
The project will add a crosswalk, Class II bicycle lanes, and fill in sidewalk gaps on Franklin Road between Walton Avenue and Harding Road. The purpose of the project is to increase the safety of active transportation users across and on Franklin Road by adding crossing treatments and extending the east/west bicycle network.
City of West Sacramento
Citywide Bike Lane Gap Closures
The project will construct approximately 10.3 miles of new bike lanes citywide by filling in bicycle lane gaps on West Capitol Avenue, Enterprise Boulevard, Linden Road/Redwood Avenue, Jefferson Boulevard, Lighthouse Drive, Reed Avenue, Gateway Drive, Lake Washington Drive, and 15th Street. The purpose of the project is to create a stronger bicycle network by bringing the total percentage of major roads with bicycle facilities up to 92% in the City of West Sacramento.
City of Rancho Cordova
Mather Rails to Trails Project
The project will construct a Class I multi-use trail alongside a Union Pacific Spur between the Sacramento Regional Transit Mather/Mills Light Rail Station and the Mather Field Airport. The purpose of the project is to enhance mobility in a transit priority area for a wide variety of potential and existing users—including those traveling to and from the light rail station, the Sacramento Veteran’s Administration Hospital, nearby business parks, and residential areas—while eliminating a barrier to active transportation by providing a dedicated bicycle and pedestrian facility crossing U.S. Route 50.
City of Galt
South Galt Safe Routes to School
This project will construct bicycle and pedestrian improvements on seven streets adjacent to, or near, Greer Elementary, Valley Oaks Elementary, and Galt High School, including flashing beacons, Class II bicycle lanes, new crosswalks, and pedestrian bulb-outs and islands. The purpose of the project is to increase the safety for active transportation users, and to fill gaps in the active transportation network to enable safer, continuous travel on foot or by bike.
El Camino Avenue Phase 2: Street and Sidewalk Improvements
The project will construct Class II bicycle lanes and sidewalks, and modify traffic signals to accommodate pedestrian and bicycle transportation on El Camino Avenue from Watt Avenue to Vera Way. The purpose of the project is to create a safer active transportation route where there are currently incomplete facilities, and to complete a 1.5 mile complete street corridor on El Camino Avenue from Watt Avenue to Mission Way.
City of Folsom
Oak Parkway Trail Undercrossing & Johnny Cash Trail Connection Project
The project will construct a grade separated crossing of Natoma St, connecting Oak Parkway Trail with the Johnny Cash and Historic Powerhouse Trails. The purpose of the project is to overcome the barrier of a higher-speed road by creating a connection between existing multi-use trails in residential neighborhoods and other trail segments currently under development adjacent to schools, employment centers, and transit stations, and to further expand the off-road active transportation network in the City of Folsom.
Ella Elementary School Safe Routes to School Project
The project will add bicycle lanes, curbs and curb ramps, gutters, sidewalks, storm drains, and a raised median island on Seventh Avenue from Olivehurst Avenue to Powerline Road. The purpose of the project is to increase active transportation mobility and safety by improving Seventh Avenue around and leading to Ella Elementary and addressing community-identified safety concerns.
El Dorado County Transportation Commission
Western Slope Bicycle Travel Opportunities Map
The project will develop, print, and make available online a comprehensive bicycle travel opportunities map for the western slope of El Dorado County, juxtaposing the existing cycling infrastructure with destinations such as transit stations and schools while also identifying safety tips for cyclists. The purpose of the project is to encourage increased and safer biking among residents and visitors by closing an information gap about existing infrastructure and destinations reachable by bicycle.
City of Auburn
Nevada Street Pedestrian & Bicycle Facilities
The project will add bicycle lanes and sidewalk on Nevada Street from Placer Street to Fulweiler Avenue. The purpose of the project is to increase safety by adding dedicated facilities for active transportation users and to increase access to and from the City’s multimodal station, Old Town Auburn, five public schools, and residential neighborhoods.
City of Colfax
North Main Street Bike Route Project
The project will create a continuous bike route on North Main Street between West Grass Valley Street and Highway 174 through restriping, route repair, widening to accommodate bike lanes when feasible, and adding bike-friendly grates, bike parking, and other features to enhance the environment for active transportation. The purpose of the project is to create a safer bicycle route throughout the City of Colfax and to the Depot Transit Center.
City of West Sacramento
West Capitol Avenue Cycle Track
The project will design a raised cycle track on West Capitol Avenue between 5th Street and Garden Street, and design the reconfiguration of the intersections of West Capitol Avenue at 5th Street and at Garden Street, including removing a signalized intersection, to improve public safety and to support these changes to the public right-of-way, and add pedestrian improvements. The purpose of the project is to increase active transportation mobility adjacent to a transit priority area by prioritizing bicycle and pedestrian movement through facility design.