Island Avenue, Market Street Bikeway Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
San Diego, City of (City of San Diego)
Document Title
Island Avenue, Market Street Bikeway Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
Project proposes to provide enhanced bikeway access into Centre City from the eastern neighborhoods and communities. The project would utilize Island Avenue from the I-5 Freeway east into the Golden Hill neighborhood. At 32nd Street, this bikeway will proceed north and continue on Market Street to Euclid Avenue in the Southeastern San Diego. This project would have Class II and Class III segments. The Class II segments would include Island Avenue between the I-5 Freeway and 28th Street and Market Street from 32nd Street to 40th Street and from Toyne Street to the I-805 Freeway. Class III segments would be on Island Avenue from 28th Street to 32nd Street and on Market Street from the I-805 Freeway to Euclid Avenue. This project would intersect three existing bikeway facilities, including Class II lanes on Euclid Avenue south of Market street and Class III routes along 22nd Street and 28th Street. Three other proposed top priority would be linked by this project, including Class II routes on Quail Street and Euclid Avenue north of Market Street. This project would also link with several other proposed bikeway projects, including 16th Street, 25th Street, 32nd Street, and 47th Street. The improvements would include bikeway and destination signage as well.

Contact Information
Anne Lowry
City of San Diego
1222 First Avenue, MS-501
San Diego, CA 92101

Phone : (619) 446-5368


San Diego
San Diego

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Reasons for Exemption
This project does not have the potential for causing a significant adverse effect on the environment.

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