2016 Bicycle and Pedestrian Funding Program Award Recipients
City of Elk Grove
Laguna Creek Trail and Bruceville Road SRTS Improvements
The purpose of the project is to improve access to a nearby elementary school and activity center for both residents and students using the Elk Grove pedestrian network, including the Laguna Creek multi-use trail. The project would construct Class I multi-use trail extensions and gap closures on the Laguna Creek Trail, such as from Lewis Stein Rd. to Bruceville Rd., and between Bruceville Rd., Mannington St., and Center Pkwy. The project would also construct sidewalks along Bruceville Rd. south of Center Pkwy. to Big Horn Blvd., and north of Laguna Blvd.
City of Folsom
Folsom/Placerville Rail Trail
The purpose of the project is to improve active transportation access to Folsom Lake College and to extend the multi-use trail within the City of Folsom. The project will construct approximately 1.3 miles of Class I multi-use trail to fill a gap and extend the Folsom Placerville Rail Trail from Broadstone Parkway to Iron Point Rd., connecting to the 16-mile Humbug-Willow Creek (HBWC) Trail and the Folsom Lake College campus.
City of Sacramento
D.W. Babcock School Access Improvements
The purpose of the project is to create active transportation access across El Camino Ave. for students of D.W. Babcock School, and to designate a safer walking route connecting residential areas to the school. The project will construct a signalized intersection at El Camino Ave. and Albatross Way, and construct sidewalk infill on Albatross Way and Wooley Way between the new intersection and D.W. Babcock School.
Del Rio Trail
The purpose of the project is to provide new north/south bicycle access connecting neighborhoods to schools, activity centers, and the regional trail system in the Meadowview/South Land Park area. The project will design 4.5 miles of rails‐to‐trails project along an old railroad line for eventual construction of a new Class I multi-use trail with at-grade crossings and intersection modifications at each major arterial location from Sutterville Rd. to south of Meadowview Rd./Pocket Rd. Design is fully funded between the 2016 Bicycle and Pedestrian Funding Program and Cycle 2 ATP.
Franklin Cycle Track
The purpose of the project is to provide bicycle and pedestrian connections to transit facilities and schools on Franklin Blvd. The project will design a protected bicycle path, or “Cycle Track”, on Franklin Blvd. between Cosumnes River Blvd. and Calvine Rd. to create a more protected and desirable bicycle facility.
Northwood School Access Improvements
The purpose of the project is to improve accessibility for students to walk and bicycle to Northwood School, and increase pedestrian access to transit. The project will design new sidewalks along Frienza Ave., Clay St., and El Camino Ave., and construct a signalized intersection at Clay St. and El Camino Ave. with ADA compliant crosswalks.
Folsom Cottage Sidewalk Infill Project
The purpose of the project is to complete pedestrian facilities on Cottage Way and Folsom Blvd. as a complement to other in-progress road diet projects and transit-oriented development planning efforts. The project will construct sidewalk along Cottage Way from Watt Ave. to Fulton Ave., and infill sidewalk along Folsom Blvd. from Watt Ave. to Sunrise Blvd.
Hazel Ave. Sidewalk Improvements ‐ Central Ave.
to Elm Ave.
The purpose of the project is to increase active transportation access to activity centers on Hazel Ave. The project will design and construct Class II bicycle lanes and sidewalks on Hazel Ave. between Central Ave. and Elm Ave., install a signalized mid-block crossing, and complete transit stop improvements in accordance with the Sacramento County Bus Stop Transition Plan.
City of Yuba City
Franklin Rd. Pedestrian Improvements
The purpose of the project is to provide a safer, continuous pedestrian facility in Yuba City along Franklin Rd. The project will construct sidewalks, gutters, and curb ramps on the north and south sides of the road between South Palora Ave. and Gray Ave. to improve accessibility and promote pedestrian traffic along Franklin Rd.
City of West Sacramento
Sycamore Park Phase 2 and 3 Bicycle and
The purpose of the project is to create a connection across Highway 50 for the students of Westmore Oaks Elementary School and the residents of West Sacramento. The project will design and complete right-of-way for a 1,500-foot concrete overpass over US 50, construct a 2,690-foot extension of the Sycamore Trail from Westmore Oaks to Stone Blvd., and conduct a three-year SRTS program at Westmore Oaks Elementary School.