Miner Avenue Complete Streets
The Main Street Complete Streets Project is a planning document that will establish
a precise road plan to implement lane reductions, additions of bicycle lanes, upgrades
to pedestrian facilities along Main Street from Aurora St to the Highway 99 crossing.
Project schedule has been impacted by COVID-19.
Public meetings cannot be held to obtain feedback on the layout of the corridor until
after the COVID-19 pandemic is behind us. Siegfried is still moving forward with
gathering preliminary information and preparing preliminary layouts.
Lodi Church Street Road Diet
In an effort to promote downtown bicycle tourism and improve safety, the city of
Lodi is planning a road diet on one of its main streets. The Church Street Road Diet
will install Class II bike lanes, enhance pedestrian facilities and intersection
crossings by reducing the existing traveled four-lanes to two-lanes on Church Street
between Lodi Avenue and Lockeford Street in Lodi. Improvements will include
replacement of damaged sidewalks, installation of accessible curb ramps with
updated improvements including separated left turn phases and pedestrians
countdown heads, enhanced crosswalks and traffic signal video detection for bicyclists.
McHenry Avenue Corridor
The McHenry Avenue Corridor will provide an array of improvements that
connect both the San Joaquin and Stanislaus communities. Including bridge
replacement, lane widening, added turn lanes, signage, and increased width of
roadway shoulders that will accommodate bicyclists. See more with this video.