The proposed Georgia – Meade Bikeway will provide a vital connection for residents to walk and bike between vibrant communities within San Diego’s urban core – University Heights, North Park, Normal Heights, and Kensington-Talmadge. Proposed features include buffered bike lanes, neighborhood traffic circles, raised crosswalks, and traffic calming measures designed to make the streets more pleasant for everyone – people who walk, bike, work, and live there. View this project's fact sheet in English/En Español.
The Georgia – Meade Bikeway will run along Georgia Street between Robinson Avenue and Howard Avenue, shift to Howard Avenue for one block, and continue on Florida Street to Meade Avenue. The bikeway will run along Meade Avenue between Park Boulevard and Fairmount Avenue. The proposed bikeway will also provide connections to several regional bikeways.
The Georgia – Meade Bikeway is one of six segments planned as part of the North Park | Mid-City Bikeways, which will add approximately 13 miles of bike boulevards and protected bikeways and connect the North Park and Mid-City neighborhoods. The project will help fulfill the vision laid out in the San Diego Regional Bike Plan to make riding a bike a more convenient and safer choice for everyday travel. The North Park | Mid-City Bikeways project is a vital part of the regional bike network, GO by BIKE, and a high priority project funded through the Regional Bike Plan Early Action Program. The Georgia – Meade segment is currently completing the environmental and preliminary engineering phase. Final design is scheduled to occur in 2016 and 2017, and construction is scheduled to begin in 2017.
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