Phase I: Existing conditions & Data Gathering [September - December 2018]
In Phase I, we reviewed the 2018 City of Pleasanton Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan and met with the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Committee to understand conditions and notable constraints along the corridor.
Phase II: draft concepts [January 2019 - September 2019]
In Phase II, we will use the information we’ve gathered to date to draft initial concepts for seven alternative design options. A low-cost, rapid implementation and a full build-out alternative will be designed for multiple configurations to identify how an all ages and abilities protected bikeway can be accommodated in the short- and long-term.
Phase III: Community fEEDBACK & cONCEPT rEFINEMENT [September 2019 - October 2019]
In Phase III, we want to hear from people who go to school, work, play, shop, pray, and live along the corridor about how the proposed designs can be refined to best meet the needs of all people who travel on West Las Positas Blvd. We’ll be hosting two in-person pop-up feedback stations and an online survey to allow you to select your preferred design and suggest ways to make it better. The initial designs will then be refined to reflect in-person and online community feedback.
Phase Iv: Draft & Final Plan [October 2019– December 2019]
In Phase IV we will draft the WLP Bikeway Study to release it for Public Review and City Council adoption. Once the preferred alternative is selected, we will move forward with refining the concept design to get us closer to implementation!