The proposed City of Millbrae Active Transportation Plan (Plan) is intended to increase walking and biking in the city of Millbrae. A draft of the proposed Plan can be found on the City of Millbrae General Plan Update website at https://millbrae2040.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Millbrae_ATP_PUBLIC_REVIEW_DRAFT.pdf.
The Plan’s multiple elements address the city’s existing bicycle and pedestrian conditions, the city’s needs, goals and policies to support a robust and comfortable active transportation network, additional recommendations at key locations, and implementation strategies for the proposed Plan.
The proposed Plan would include development of paths to key bicycle and pedestrian destinations identified by the City of Millbrae, including the Downtown Core, the El Camino Real Commercial Corridor, local and regional transit facilities and area schools, parks, and recreational trails.
In addition, proposed sidewalk, crosswalk, and bicycle projects listed in the Plan are included as recommendations that would serve to connect neighborhoods and key destinations for bicyclists of all ages and abilities. These include a freeway overcrossing, connections between existing bicycle and pedestrian routes, and safety and comfort upgrades at signalized intersections and crosswalks. The Plan would also include the construction of two new alignments. The two new alignments would go through Lions Park in the northern portion of the city and Josephine Waugh Soroptomist Park in the southern portion of the city.
Adoption of the proposed Plan would set in place a long-term program, concurrent with the City of Millbrae’s 2040 General Plan, for the future construction of the projects; however, adoption in itself would not directly involve the construction of such projects. Construction of the proposed Plan would occur primarily on existing public rights-of-way within the city.
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