Measure K - Five Year Bike & Pedestrian Program

As part of the recently approved Capital Improvement Program, the City included $1.2 million in future improvements as part of the five-year Bike and Pedestrian Improvement Program.  The program proposes a number of bicycle or pedestrian related improvements, primarily funded with new Measure K funds.  The plan will continue the progressive work that staff has accomplished over the past 10 years, including constructing a number of bicycle and pedestrian related enhancements along various regional corridors (e.g. Contra Costa Boulevard, Geary Road, Buskirk Avenue, Golf Club Road, and the Contra Costa Canal Trail).

​Over the next two years, the budget allocates a total of $334,000 in Measure K funds and another $598,200 in gas tax funds.  Projects include traffic signal installation at Taylor Boulevard and Civic Drive, Contra Costa Canal Trail/Westover Drive crossing enhancement, Pleasant Hill Road sidewalk Project (Pleasant View Drive to Cumberland Drive),Taylor Boulevard sidewalk Project and Lucille Lane sidewalk gap closure.
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