Agricultural (A-1), Single Family Residential (R-1), Multi-Family Residential (R-3), and Neighborhood Commercial
The City of Rialto proposes to widen the segment of Randall Ave, between Cactus Ave and Riverside Ave. Randall Ave would be widened and re-striped to include an 8' median, one 12' through lane in each direction, 2' buffer zones, 6' bike lanes, 8' parking areas, and 12' parkways with sidewalks and landscaping. Turn lanes would be added near the intersections at Cactus Ave, Bloomington Rd/Lilac Ave, and Riverside Ave. Improvements to the 6-legged intersection of Randall Ave/Bloomington Ave/Lilac Ave would be made to improve visibility and to upgrade the intersection to current standard per Americans with Disabilities Act and California's Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices requirements.
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