N. El Camino Real Street, Class I Bicycle and Pedestrian Path

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North El Camino real street and class I bicycle and pedestrian path project summary

 (updated information as of 6/12/2017)

Objectives and Key features of the project

The objectives of the project are explained in the first five minutes of the video below.

Key features include:

  • Similar vehicular travel lane configurations at the intersections including maintaining the dedicated right turn lanes at Camino Capistrano, and Camino San Clemente
  • A 10 foot Class I bike and pedestrian pathway, and a 5’ pedestrian pathway on the west side of the roadway
  • A landscaped median separating the bicycle and pedestrian path throughout the project
  • Landscaped medians to improve traffic operations and provide gateway treatments
  • Minimum 6 foot Class II striped bicycle lanes

Schedule

The project is tentatively scheduled for completion by mid-July 2017.  

Plans showing finished improvements

1.  Striping Plans

  • at Camino Capistrano

 ECR dedicated right turn lane at Camino Capistrano is shown in the striping plans 1. A

  • at Camino San Clemente

at Camino San Clemente

  •  at Calle Estacion

At Calle Estacion

 2. Landscape Plans

  • at Camino Capistrano

 Landscape At Camino Cap

  • at Camino San Clemente

Landscape at San Clemente

  • at Calle Estacion

Landscape at Call Esctation

City Council Agendas explaining the project

  1. Approval of the Conceptual Design for the North El Camino Real Class I Bicycle and Pedestrian Path Project.
    03-04-14 8A North El Camino Real Bicycle Path

  2. Approval of the 60% Design for the North El Camino Real Class I Bicycle and Pedestrian Path Project.
    8A 60 Percent Design N El Camino Real Class I Bicycle and Pedestrian Path_ 

  3. Approval of the Landscaping Conceptual Design for the North El Camino Real Class I Bicycle and Pedestrian Path Project. 
    8A _Landscaping Conceptual Design for the North El Camino Real Class I Bicycle and Pedestrian Path Project 1-20-15

Click Here for the Signed Project Plans

Please contact me with any other comments or questions regarding street infrastructure within the City.

Tom Frank, P.E.
Transportation Engineering Manager
City of San Clemente
(
949) 361-6127
frankt@san-clemente.org