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West Menlo survey input sought

Deadline to respond is Sept. 23

San Mateo County and a task force of residents and local stakeholders working to come up with solutions to improve safety on the Santa Cruz Avenue corridor in West Menlo Park – which covers the roadway between the Santa Cruz Avenue and Sand Hill Road intersection and where Santa Cruz Avenue splits with Alameda de las Pulgas – have released an online survey and are seeking public input on a few key questions.

The survey asks questions about where respondents live; how they use the Santa Cruz Avenue corridor; how they might respond to changes such as sidewalks or bike lanes; and which trade-offs they would prefer among options such as dedicated bike lanes, improved pedestrian crosswalks and sidewalks. Information from the survey will be used to develop a set of recommendations to improve the corridor.

Access the survey here or more information about the project here.

The survey launched Sept. 4 and closes Sept. 23.

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West Menlo survey input sought

Deadline to respond is Sept. 23

by / Almanac

Uploaded: Wed, Sep 12, 2018, 11:19 am

San Mateo County and a task force of residents and local stakeholders working to come up with solutions to improve safety on the Santa Cruz Avenue corridor in West Menlo Park – which covers the roadway between the Santa Cruz Avenue and Sand Hill Road intersection and where Santa Cruz Avenue splits with Alameda de las Pulgas – have released an online survey and are seeking public input on a few key questions.

The survey asks questions about where respondents live; how they use the Santa Cruz Avenue corridor; how they might respond to changes such as sidewalks or bike lanes; and which trade-offs they would prefer among options such as dedicated bike lanes, improved pedestrian crosswalks and sidewalks. Information from the survey will be used to develop a set of recommendations to improve the corridor.

Access the survey here or more information about the project here.

The survey launched Sept. 4 and closes Sept. 23.

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