The proposal is widen an existing street to the ultimate right-of-way of 114 feet. Widening will require acquisition of property on both sides of the street. Adjacent land is developed commercial, institutional, residential and a public park with vacant land interspersed between developments. The vacant properties have a Zoning / General Plan designation of: C-1/Neighborhood Commercial, C-2/ Office Commercial, C-2 (MX) / Office Commercial (Mixed Use Overlay), C-3/ General Commercial, R-1-7,000 and R-1-10,000/ Single Family Residential, R-1-1acre/ Low Density Residential, and PF/Public Facility Park.
Tierra Subida Avenue is designated as a major arterial street designed with a 114-foot ultimate street right-of-way width that includes a six-lane roadway, a 14-foot median and two five-foot wide Class 2 bike lanes within the paved roadway area on each side of the street. The ultimate roadway section includes curb, gutters, 8-foot wide sidewalks, streetlights, street trees, retaining walls (where needed) and drainage facilities. Tierra Subida Avenue is to be widened to the ultimate right-of-way from Palmdale Boulevard to Avenue S, approximately 2.15 miles.
Development of Tierra Subida is organized into three project phases, 2, 3, and 4. Phase 1 has been completed with development of the Palmdale Medical Center. Additional right-of-way will be acquired for roadway widening, right turn pockets and double left turn pockets, and slopes as necessary.
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