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D Street Traffic | Community Workshop #2 Wed Apr 26, 2023 6-8 PM

  • Monday, April 24, 2023 8:56 PM
    Reply # 13179494 on 13175151

    Here is the Zoom link to join the virtual meeting when it begins at 6 pm this Wed Apr 26.


    Last modified: Monday, April 24, 2023 8:58 PM | Anonymous member
  • Thursday, April 20, 2023 1:40 PM
    Message # 13175151

    In case anyone is interested and also wants to provide feedback regarding Petaluma's proposed "Quick Fix" project design, the city is hosting a community workshop, 6-8 pm, next Wed Apr 26.  It is a virtual event.  When the city posts the Zoom instructions on how to join the meeting, I will reply to this thread.  Currently it's still not available.

    I've attached the materials presented at the first community meeting on Oct. 18 2022, which includes results of the online survey/poll.

    From the City website: 

    The current proposed design includes several traffic calming, pedestrian, and intersection safety enhancements, as well as bike lanes in both directions between Petaluma Boulevard South and City Limits. In order to provide bike lanes in both directions, on-street parking would need be prohibited on one side of the street between 4th Street and Laurel Avenue. Staff performed three weekday parking counts (morning, afternoon, and nighttime) and found that, on average, just 14 percent of on-street parking is utilized between 4th Street and Windsor Drive. Parking counts were used to identify which side of the street had higher parking utilization; the resulting configuration includes parking on the northbound side of the street between 4th Street and 8th Street, and on the southbound side between 8th Street and Laurel Avenue.

    Staff will share the proposed design in its entirety at the workshop, explaining each of the proposed changes, answering questions, and seeking feedback.

    For more info, see: https://cityofpetaluma.org/d-street-quick-build/

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