Bike And Ped
- Escalon Main Street Bike and Ped
- Lathrop ATP
- Lathrop Bikeway
- Lathrop Warren Avenue SRtS
- Lodi Garfield Street SRtS
- Manteca SRtS
- Ripon Lower Stanislaus River Trail
- Ripon SRtS
- San Joaquin Country Club Boulevard
- Stockton California Street Bikeway
- Stockton Downtown Connectivity
- Stockton East Channel Street
- Stockton Main Street Road Diet/Bike Lanes
- Stockton South Airport Way Bikeway
Main Street Bike And Pedestrian Improvements - Escalon
This project will improve safety and promote active transportation along
Main Street between 1st Street and St. Johns Road in central Escalon.
Pedestrians and cyclists will be able to get around more safely with 3,000
feet of new bike paths, 1,845 feet of sidewalks, two speed feedback signs, and
traffic calming bulb-outs along this major city entry and exit route. The project
will also provide better access for all to major city centers, such as the Main
Street Park, the Escalon Fire Department and the Escalon Branch Library.
It is also a vital route to Escalon High School, Escalon Continuation School,
and the Gateway Academy Charter School. The SJCOG Board voted to fund
this project in March 2021.
Class II Bikeway To Ace Station - Lathrop
A bikeway to ACE Station in Lathrop will connect commuters and other transit users to multiple
rail and bus transit facilities, commercial centers, activity centers, and job centers with an active
transportation, such as walking and cycling. The project will make getting around even easier by
connecting the ACE Station and San Joaquin Regional Transit District bus stop to business and
activity centers in Lathrop along Harlan Road, D’Arcy Parkway and Yosemite Avenue. The SJCOG
Board voted to fund this project in March 2021.
Warren Avenue Safe Routes to School - Lathrop
There’s a section of Warren Avenue in Lathrop between Jasper Street and Reverend
Maurice Cotton Drive that doesn’t have sidewalks. That means students from Joseph
Widmer Jr. Elementary School about a half mile away and other pedestrians must
walk on the shoulder. This Measure K-funded Safe Routes to School project will give
those students and pedestrians a more direct, safer route and provide other
improvements to benefit the people living there. They include new curb and gutter
and ADA improvements on sidewalks, driveways and curb ramps along Warren
Avenue to better connect pedestrians to Joseph Widmer Jr. Elementary School.
There will be a 7-foot parking lane next to the travel lanes, 2-foot curb and gutter,
and 5 ½-foot sidewalks on both sides of the road.
Garfield Street Safe Route To School Project - Lodi
Installing missing sidewalks and wheelchair ramps on Garfield Street from
Tokay Street to Poplar Street in Lodi will be central to this project. Garfield
Street is important as a route for schoolchildren to attend Heritage Elementary
School. Improvements will include new curbs, gutters, sidewalks and wheelchair
accessible curb ramps. The SJCOG Board voted to fund this project in March 2021.
Manteca Safe Routes to School (SRtS) –
Pedestrian Safety Improvements
Pedestrians — especially schoolchildren throughout Manteca — will benefit from this project
that will include 2,865 feet of sidewalks, 182 curb ramps, 47 crosswalks, a buffered bike lane,
and mid-block crossing with refuge island for added accessibility and safety to pedestrians and
bicyclists near public schools throughout Manteca. The SJCOG Board voted to funds toward this
project in March 2021.
Ripon Safe Routes To School (SRtS) Improvements
Bicyclists and pedestrians will find better road conditions once this project
improves safety, comfort and convenience along key central Ripon routes.
This project will create a network of on-street bikeways to connect bicyclists
to destinations throughout the city and downtown, connect bike lanes to an
existing State Route 99 bicycle and pedestrian overcrossing, and connect to
local schools and community destinations. The SJCOG Board voted to fund
this project in March 2021.
Country Club Boulevard Complete Streets Corridor Plan - San Joaquin County
San Joaquin County will end up with strategies and active transportation improvements that
address safety, connectivity and mobility concerns for pedestrian and cyclists. The plan will
focus on sustainable improvements to encourage active transportation, address safety concerns
for both pedestrians and cyclists, and enhance the connectivity and mobility of the corridor. The
SJCOG Board voted to fund this project in March 2021.
California Street Separated Bikeway Project - Stockton
This project will install miles of bike lanes to connect with several east-west bike lanes throughout
Stockton and will act as Stockton’s bicycle spine by connecting North and Central Stockton through
the downtown to South Stockton. The north-south bike lanes would promote citywide spatial and
socioeconomic equity by connecting multiple disadvantaged neighborhoods. It also connects
cyclists with schools, and employment and jobs centers. The SJCOG Board voted to fund this project
in March 2021.
Greater Downtown Bike And Ped Connectivity Project - Stockton
Building bicycle and pedestrian improvements to make it easier for people to cycle or walk
to attend school, hold down jobs, and travel to other vital destinations will be central to this
project. The improvements will be on Lincoln Street north-south of the Port of Stockton, Rose
Street, and Aurora Street to 5th streets in downtown Stockton. It will include miles of bike lanes
and boulevards, safer and better crosswalks, and other safety improvements to improve connectivity
in downtown Stockton. The SJCOG Board voted to fund this project in March 2021.
East Channel Street Streetscape And Connectivity Project - San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission
Being expedited with Measure K funds, this project will make it easier for cyclists and pedestrians
to take advantage of a variety of transportation services by replacing substandard conditions to
better connect the Cabral Station, Downtown Transit Center, and Stockton’s waterfront and
entertainment district. The project will strengthen active transportation connections through
new sidewalks, high visibility crosswalks, bike lanes, street lighting, landscaping and other
improvements. The idea is to encourage people to use different types of transportation and
further the revitalization of Downtown Stockton. The SJCOG Board voted to fund this project
in March 2021.
Main Street/Henry Elementary School Road Diet/Buffered
Bike Lanes - Stockton
This project will create buffered bike lanes envisioned in the 2020 San Joaquin County Bicycle
Master Plan and provide a vital connection to other bike lanes Stockton is planning to install on
Main Street adjacent to this section. This connection will allow residents from surrounding
neighborhoods to safely bike to athletic fields at Henry Elementary School, large retail establishments
on the south side of Main Street, and convenience stores and restaurants on the north side.
South Airport Way Separated Bikeway - Stockton
Sharing the road can be difficult at times, especially if you’re riding a bicycle and sharing
the road with vehicles of all sizes, including big rigs. That’s the situation on South Airport
Way in South Stockton where there are four lanes of traffic and substantial truck traffic for
trucks picking up and delivering freight. Bike lanes will be installed with vertical delineator
posts along South Airport Way between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Performance
Drive. For people who use bicycles to get around, this project provides a low-stress route
between southeast Stockton and downtown. The project would also close the gap between
existing sidewalks along South Airport Way and improve access to multiple schools, the San
Joaquin County Fairgrounds, and Williams Brotherhood Park. It also helps people get around
between homes and transit, employment, and business centers.