City Seeks Community Feedback on Revised Broadway Striping Plan

Posted on July 16, 2021

At their June 7th meeting, City Council considered potential Broadway safety improvements. This discussion was scheduled in response to requests for Broadway safety improvements after a pedestrian was severely injured and her dog was killed in the Broadway crosswalk at Andrieux Street on April 17, 2021.

One of the options considered was to request that Caltrans implement a revised striping plan for Broadway to improve pedestrian safety between MacArthur Street and Napa Street after paving Broadway in late Summer/Fall 2021 or Spring 2022 as part of the Pavement Rehabilitation project currently under construction.

City Council is scheduled to consider a revised striping plan that reduces the pedestrian crossing distance on Broadway between MacArthur Street and McDonell Street by reducing the number of driving lanes at their August 2, 2021 meeting. Learn more and see graphics of the revised plan on the Broadway Restriping page.

We Want to Hear From You!

The public is encouraged to provide feedback on the revised striping plan by submitting comments by e-mail* at prior to the August 2nd meeting or by attending the City Council Meeting and speaking during the public comment period for the agenda item either in person or online. Find out how to participate in virtual meetings here.

Once posted, the full agenda including other items to be considered by City Council, will be available on the City’s CivicWeb portal . To receive City Council meeting notifications via email, please subscribe here.

* Per the City’s standard practice, any comments received prior to the commencement of the meeting will be uploaded to the public correspondence folder on the City’s CivicWeb Portal and available for review by the public and the Council. It will not be read during the meeting.

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