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South Street Raises Questions

South Street Raises Questions

Mixed messages of narrow travel lanes with sharrows on the edge/door zone. We are concerned that the City Redding did not feel comfortable using guidance from the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) on an often misunderstood bicycle treatment and use the most up-to-date guidance on shared lane markings. The NACTO preferred placement on low-speed residential streets is the center of the travel lane, we do not understand why the City did not feel comfortable following guidance in the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide that is also endorsed by Caltrans. 

The City of Redding needs someone on point for bikes, and this is how you can help.

The City of Redding needs someone on point for bikes, and this is how you can help.

That fundamental cornerstone, the crux of the City of Redding’s ability to progress, is at the very least, a single full-time staff person with a focus on getting the human-scaled details of roadway construction and maintenance projects right, work with the community, identify priorities, plan for the future and get the cash to do it.