POTENTIAL INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS
El Camino Real, Stanford Avenue to Lambert Avenue

Thanks to your input, we received over 900 comments about the issues and opportunities for improving mobility and safety on El Camino Real. Common themes from your comments, along with the collision data for the corridor, helped to inform the initial ideas for improvements that are summarized below. Please share your comments, including whether you support or do not
support these initial ideas. Your feedback will be used to refine these improvements into a draft plan that will be shared with the Palo Alto Planning & Transportation Commission.

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VISUAL GLOSSARY: SAFETY
For more information on the potential intersection improvements and their safety effectiveness, please review the Safety Glossary below. Look for the matching icons for information on specific treatments. This glossary also provides information on the corridor-level enhancements which are presented more in detail on the next page of the survey.

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<strong>VISUAL GLOSSARY: SAFETY<br></strong>For more information on the potential intersection improvements and their safety effectiveness, please review the Safety Glossary below. Look for the matching icons for information on specific treatments. This glossary also provides information on the corridor-level enhancements which are presented more in detail on the next page of the survey.<br><br>(<a href="http://www.fehrandpeers.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/VisualGlossary-2.jpg" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Click here</a> to enlarge glossary).

VISUAL GLOSSARY: STREETSCAPE
Some of the potential safety improvements also have opportunities streetscape features, indicated with the leaf symbols in the Safety Glossary. The Streetscape Glossary below gives additional information about these treatments and the specific complementary options for both standard landscaping (white leaf symbol) as well as options for stormwater management or “green infrastructure” (blue leaf). This glossary provides information on corridor-level enhancements which are presented more in detail on the next page of the survey.

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<strong>VISUAL GLOSSARY: STREETSCAPE<br></strong>Some of the potential safety improvements also have opportunities streetscape features, indicated with the leaf symbols in the Safety Glossary. The Streetscape Glossary below gives additional information about these treatments and the specific complementary options for both standard landscaping (white leaf symbol) as well as options for stormwater management or “green infrastructure” (blue leaf). This glossary provides information on corridor-level enhancements which are presented more in detail on the next page of the survey.<br><br>(<a href="http://www.fehrandpeers.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/VisualGlossary-1.jpg" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Click here</a> to enlarge glossary).
Other Key Themes From Public Comments:
  • Inadequate Pedestrian crossing times
  • Inadequate spacing of crossings
  • High vehicle speeds
  • Add bike parking, especially between College and California Ave
  • Improve traffic flow (especially between Lambert and Page Mill) and reduce red light violations

* 1. Please provide your feedback about each of the key areas highlighted in the graphic below (click here to enlarge).

  Yes, I support these improvements! No, I don't support these improvements.
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