The project proposes roadway and streetscape improvements along two discontinuous segments of Firestone Boulevard. For the west segment, a 2.34-mile, four-lane segment of Firestone Boulevard between Alameda Street and Hunt Avenue, the project will include traffic capacity enhancements (4 to 6 lanes), stormwater improvements and streetscape improvements. For the east segment, a 0.21-mile, six-lane segment will include proposed streetscape improvements along the parkway and median between Firestone Place and Rayo Avenue. As a major east-west corridor, Firestone Blvd is a Primary Arterial in the city's general plan with ultimate width of 100 feet that would include six lanes, a raised center median and additional left-turn pockets at major intersections. The project would potentially improve safety and capacity along these roadway segments.
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