Central Avenue Bikeway ("proposed project")


SCH Number
Lead Agency
San Diego Association of Governments
Document Title
Central Avenue Bikeway ("proposed project")
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
The proposed project would create a 1.1 mile bikeway along Central Ave and Terrace Dr between Adams Ave and Landis St. The proposed project will improve north-south connectivity for people who bike and walk within San Diego's Kensington and City Heights communities. The proposed project would also provide bikeway connections to the Mission Valley Community via the SR 15 Commuter Bikeway. Additionally, the proposed project would intersect with three corridors of the planned North Park; Mid-City Bikeways project, improving access for people riding bikes in the North Park, Hillcrest, Mid-City, and College Area communities. Proposed project features include enhanced shared lane markings, bike lanes, bike boxes, green bike crossings at the SR-15 Northbound Ramp intersections, No-Right-Turn-On-Red signs at the SR-15 Northbound Ramp intersections, roadway closure via a cul-de-sac or stub-out, striped crosswalk with refuge island median, and striped crosswalks, all of which support safer biking and walking conditions for people of all ages and abilities. The proposed project would help fulfill the vision laid out in Riding to 2050, the San Diego Regional Bike Plan to make riding a bike a more convenient and safer choice for everyday travel. The proposed project is part of the SANDAG Regional Bike Plan Early Action Program, a 10-year effort to expand the regional bike network and complete high-priority bikeway projects approved in Riding to 2050: The San Diego Regional Bike Plan. The Bike Plan and Bike EAP are part of the region's efforts to make riding a bike a viable, attractive choice for everyday trips. The objective of the proposed project is to create safe and convenient multi-modal connections between the Kensington and City Heights neighborhoods, as well as connections to adjacent communities, improve safety for all users, and create vital links to the larger bikeway network being built throughout the region. By supporting bike riding as a viable choice for everyday trips, the proposed project would support local, regional, and state efforts to reduce GH and air pollutant emissions through reductions in vehicle miles traveled.

Contact Information
Keith Greer
San Diego Association of Governments
401 B Street, Suite 800
San Diego, CA 92101

Phone : (619) 699-7390


San Diego
San Diego

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15301c, 15304h; 21080.20.5

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