Santa Rosa envisions a community where walking and bicycling are comfortable, convenient, and common for people of all ages and abilities. The Local Road Safety Plan (LRSP) promotes this vision with a goal to increase the safety of local roadways for all users.
To further the city’s vision, Transportation and Public Works Traffic Engineering team hosted a series of LRSP community meetings earlier this year to gain community input in identifying potential roadway safety countermeasures to help mitigate primary crash type trends and reduce the overall collision severity along high priority collision corridors identified in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Mater Plan (BPMP) Update.
Input received from residents and stakeholders through the community meetings and online surveys have been reviewed in alignment with recent collision data to develop a final design plan unique to each of the BPMP identified priority corridors. Residents are invited to attend any of the upcoming LRSP roadway design meetings to learn about the roadway safety improvements.
Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at 8:30 a.m.
The LRSP design improvements for the Mendocino Avenue Corridor between 4th Street and College Avenue will be presented to the City of Santa Rosa’s Downtown Subcommittee. The community is encouraged to attend this public meeting via Zoom. (Meeting details)
Wednesday, November 2, 2022, at 5:30 p.m.
Community Meeting to present the LRSP design improvements along the 4th Street corridor from E Street to Farmers Lane and the Montgomery Drive Corridor from Alderbrook Drive to Hahman Drive.
Wednesday, November 16, 2022, at 5:30 p.m.
Community Meeting present LRSP design improvements along the North Dutton Avenue Corridor from West College Avenue to West 3rd Street.
Visit Transportation and Public Works Local Road Safety Plan on the city’s website for additional information.