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File #: 21-0759   
Type: Report to Council Status: Passed
Meeting Body: City Council
On agenda: 9/28/2021
Title: Remove On-Street Parking on the East Side of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Maude Avenue and Arques Avenue and Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Arques Avenue and Hendy Avenue, and Install Buffered Bicycle Lanes on Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Per the Active Transportation Plan
Attachments: 1. Report to Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission 21-0765, September 16, 2021 (without attachments), 2. Traffic and Parking Study SRTS Improvements at Maude Avenue and Sunnyvale Avenue, 3. Study Area, 4. Proposed Bicycle Improvements on Sunnyvale Avenue, 5. On-Street Parking Observation Summary and Study, 6. Public Outreach Summary Memorandum, 7. Presentation to BPAC, September 16, 2021, 8. Excerpt of Draft Minutes of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission Meeting of September 16, 2021, 9. Presentation to Council 20210928
Related files: 21-0765
REPORT TO COUNCIL

SUBJECT
Title
Remove On-Street Parking on the East Side of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Maude Avenue and Arques Avenue and Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Arques Avenue and Hendy Avenue, and Install Buffered Bicycle Lanes on Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Per the Active Transportation Plan

Report
SUMMARY OF COMMISSION ACTION
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) considered this item on September 16, 2021.

BPAC voted to recommend that Council approve Alternative 1 with modification: Recommend to City Council the Removal of On-Street Parking on the East Side of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Maude Avenue and Arques Avenue and Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Arques Avenue and Hendy Avenue and Install Buffered Bicycle Lanes on Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Per the Active Transportation Plan, Incorporate Pedestrian Safety Improvements on Sunnyvale Avenue at California Avenue, on the bridge over Central Expressway, and at Hazelton Avenue, and Examine Adding Parking Space Markings on Sunnyvale Avenue and Some Distance along Nearby Side Streets, if Feasible.

The vote was 7-0.

PUBLIC CONTACT
Public contact was made by posting the Council agenda on the City's official-notice bulletin board outside City Hall, Sunnyvale Public Library and Department of Public Safety. In addition, the agenda and report are available at the Office of the City Clerk and on the City's website.

ALTERNATIVES
1. Remove On-Street Parking on the East Side of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Maude Avenue and Arques Avenue and Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Arques Avenue and Hendy Avenue, and Install Buffered Bicycle Lanes on Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Per the Active Transportation Plan
2. Remove On-Street Parking on the East Side of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Maude Avenue and Arques Avenue and Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Between Arques Avenue and Hendy Avenue, and Install Buffered Bicycle Lanes on Both Sides of Sunnyvale Avenue Per the Active Tran...

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