Opportunities to Get Involved

Since the North Park | Mid-City Bikeways planning process began in 2013, seven community workshops were held and at least 90 presentations were made to community groups. Community members have discussed project details and provided input on the bikeway designs in order to achieve the goal to create more opportunities to walk and bike in a low-stress environment.

Presentations to community groups and organizations are available upon request. To request a presentation, please contact the project manager.

Community Presentations

December 6, 2016

Normal Heights Community Planning Group

Presentation

April 13, 2016

North Park Planning Committee - Public Facilities, Transportation, Parks & Public Art Subcommittee

Presentation

El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association

Presentation

April 5, 2016

Normal Heights Community Planning Group

Presentation

March 23, 2016

Kensington Talmadge Planning Group - Transportation Subcommittee

Presentation

Past Meetings

May 25, 2016

A community open house for the Georgia – Meade Bikeway was held on May 25, 2016.

Open House Flier

May 10, 2016

A community open house for the Georgia – Meade Bikeway was held on May 10, 2016. Meeting materials are listed below.

Open House Flier

Draft Georgia – Meade Bikeway Conceptual Layout: Georgia Street | Meade Avenue: Park Boulevard to Felton Street | Meade Avenue: 34th Street to Fairmount Avenue 

Georgia – Meade Bikeway Project Features

Georgia Street Parking Assessment

Meade Avenue Parking Assessment – North Park Segment

Meade Avenue Parking Assessment – Normal Heights Segment

Meade Avenue Parking Assessment – Kensington Segment

Mini-Roundabout and Neighborhood Traffic Circle

Aesthetic Treatments and Sample Landscaping

Georgia – Meade Project Timeline

Georgia – Meade Bikeway Design Features (PPT slideshow from Open House)

Neighborhood Traffic Circle Flier

En Español

Project Manager

Danny Veeh
Project Manager
401 B Street, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 699-7317
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