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San José Launches City’s First Green Colored Bike Lane

San José’s first green colored pavement in a marked bikeway – a mile and a half bike lane on Hedding Street, connecting the future Berryessa BART station in East San José to the Guadalupe River Park and Trail, which runs north-south through downtown.

[Press Release]

[Bike Plan Map]

Last Updated ( Monday, 09 September 2013 18:14 )


The Beautiful Way (The Alameda Upgrade)

The Beautiful Way (The Alameda Upgrade)

There is a longstanding plan to divert traffic away from the Alameda and our neighborhood, and would include using Coleman as main access to downtown and the Arena from 880.  Coleman is planned to be widened to six lanes and also Autumn would connect Coleman to Park.  Last year the railroad crossing next to Target at the Marketcenter was put in, and construction for Autumn Parkway from the railroad tracks to Julian will get underway in September 2013, expected to last 12 months.  This will then complete only the first phase, aka "the Herhold zigzag" where you would drive South on Autumn from Coleman to Julian, turn right (West) on Julian, and then left (South) back onto Autumn to pass the Arena.


More information about The Alameda Improvements can be found at:  http://www.sjredevelopment.org/TheAlamedaTransportationImprovements.htm 

The following links are to the final drawings for the 1st phase improvements on The Alameda.  Look for this project to get started in the coming months.

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 August 2013 20:46 )

Traffic Calming Services

The following is a flyer that provides updated contact information for the Department of Transportation regarding Traffic Calming services.

While this is not a complete solution to our traffic woes, it is a tool we can use; just as notifying the police when as incident occurs.


Last Updated ( Monday, 21 February 2011 13:13 )

Transportation Workshop

On June 6th, SHPNA sponsored a workshop that discussed strategies to parking, congestion pricing, traffic demand management, reducing car travel and using trains, buses and bicycles to commute and where in the process your City Council, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority fit into advocacy.

Last Updated ( Monday, 06 July 2009 13:34 )

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