The Palo Alto Bike Boulevards Phase II Downtown/Midtown Project, involves the design and construction of roadway and streetscape improvements along four road segments within the City of Palo Alto. The improvements focus on increasing bicycle and pedestrian safety and connectivity along each corridor.
SANDIS worked closely with City Staff, Community Stakeholder Groups, and Alta Planning + Design, who acted as the Prime consultant, to find an appropriate balance of traffic calming measures, bicycle/pedestrian improvements, drainage and ADA improvements for each corridor.
Team & Contributions:
Associate Principal Ron Sanzo, Project Engineer Jenner Philips, Design Engineer Jacob Edwards and Engineering Technician Colin Findlay prepared the Drainage and Utility Plans, Demolition Plans, Streetlight Improvement Plans, Erosion Control Plans, Construction Details sheets for all plans as well as line item unit price construction cost estimates for the Bryant, Moreno-Amarillo, Ross & Meadow-Louis-Montrose Bike Boulevard Corridors. Ron Sanzo’s team also prepared photometric analysis and Lighting Improvement Plans for thirty intersections along the four corridors.