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City Asks: 'What Would You Do To Improve Ralston Avenue Traffic?'

A community forum to discuss traffic concerns will be held Aug. 2 at 9:30 a.m. in Belmont City Hall.

City Asks: 'What Would You Do To Improve Ralston Avenue Traffic?' City Asks: 'What Would You Do To Improve Ralston Avenue Traffic?'

Understanding that no one knows the roads better than the people who drive them every day, the city is asking the public's input on traffic flow and operations along Ralston Avenue.

The will hold a community forum to on Thurs., Aug. 2 to discuss traffic concerns as part of its Parking and Traffic Safety Committee meeting.

According to a press release sent out by the department last week, "If there are problems, your comments will help us identify them, and deal with them quickly."

As part of budget year 2013 the Belmont City Council has and Improvements Initiative. The intent of this project is to conduct a comprehensive corridor study to identify the general levels of traffic operations, and to determine the level of service for major intersections and traffic signals.

The study also reviews traffic safety issues, the adequacy its Share the Roads policy (non-motorized forms of transportation), and to recommend operational and capital improvements to mitigate traffic-related issues.

During the forum city staff will share some operational information, answer questions, and collect comments and feedback about traffic, bikes and pedestrian uses of this main roadway in Belmont.

Community Forum details:

  • Parking and Traffic Safety Committee meeting
  • Thurs., Aug. 2 at 9:30 AM,
  • EOC Room of the Belmont City Hall (second floor), One Twin Pines Lane.
  • If you cannot attend the meeting but would like to share your concerns, call (650) 595-7425 or send an email to pworks@belmont.gov.

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