Huntington Drive Safe Streets Corridor Plan
The City of San Marino, through the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), received a California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant, which is focused on improving safety and mobility on Huntington Drive.
The Huntington Drive Safe Streets Corridor Plan is a planning document that is focused on Huntington Drive in the City of San Marino and it is intended to provide a vision for the future of the corridor.
The plan is being developed to identify polices, projects, and/or programs that will help ensure the corridor functions safely and effectively for all community members now and in the future.
For the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), click here.
FORMAL PROJECT PARTNERS
In addition to the City of San Marino, project partners include:
• The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans),
• The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG),
• KOA Corporation (the primary consultant on the project), and
• SafeMoves (the subconsultant for KOA Corporation).
AD HOC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS
The Ad Hoc Advisory Committee is comprised of a variety of stakeholders – residents, business owners, neighborhood leaders, service organizations, youth, schools, and the City’s Fire and Police departments.
Committee members will assist in the creation of a planning document for the Huntington Drive Corridor. This planning document will serve to address pedestrian and motorists’ safety as well as the visual aesthetics along the corridor in an effort to reinforce community identity.
Below are the selected committee members:
|Neighborhood Leader||Steve Morgan|
|Neighborhood Leader||Mary Ulin|
|Service Organization||Paul Brassard|
|Service Organization||John Morris|
|Police Department||Richard Ward|
|Fire Department||Mark Phililips|
There will be a total of three (3) Ad Hoc Committee meetings, each approximately two hours:
1) Project kickoff - August 3, 2016 @ 6:30 P.M., Crowell Public Library, Barth Room, 1890 Huntington Drive,
San Marino, CA 91108
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2) Review of public comments – February 9, 2017 @ 7:00 P.M., Crowell Public Library, Barth Room, 1890 Huntington Dr.,
San Marino, CA 91108
3) Review and comment on the final document prior to the City Council presentation - TBD
The plan is being developed through a bottom-up approach. Local input on the plan is encouraged through the Ad Hoc Committee meetings and community workshops, which will be held over the course of the project to ensure that the plan addresses regional and local issues and needs. There will be a total of two (2) Community workshops, each approximately two hours.
Community Workshop Dates
Community Workshop Meeting #1 – September 12, 2016 @ 7:00 P.M., Crowell Public Library, Barth Room,
1890 Huntington Drive, San Marino, CA 91108
Community Workshop Meeting #2 – TBD
If you are unable to attend the meetings or workshops, you can still submit your input by filling out the Public Comment Card, click here, and return to Daniel S. Wall, P.E., Park & Public Works Director/City Engineer, via the following:
By e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or
By fax at 626-300-0709 or
By mail at City of San Marino, ATTN: Daniel S. Wall, P.E., Park & Public Works Department, 2200 Huntington Drive,
San Marino, CA 91108
SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
There are five (5) schools included in the Huntington Drive Safe Streets Corridor Plan which includes Safe Routes to School Programs. The schools below are eligible for Traffic Safety Education and Encouragement programs to be conducted at the schools for the students.
These programs include Student Traffic Safety Assemblies for all grade levels, conducted in the school’s auditorium, taught age-appropriately, to engage and involve the students to bring awareness of pedestrian, bicycle, scooter, skateboard, helmet and general traffic safety issues. Also included is the message of using alternative modes of transportation for health benefits, reducing auto congestion and emissions. The programs are presented in an entertaining way while teaching valuable life-saving lessons.
The program also includes Student Safety Rodeos/Active Transportation Skill Courses conducted outdoors on the school’s blacktop, which includes hands-on training on a simulated Safety City/Skill Course, which is taught age-appropriately to increase the need for focus, rules of the road and building skills which make the students safer while traveling throughout the community.
Huntington Middle School (January – February 2017)
Valentine Elementary School (January – February 2017)
Carver Elementary School (January – February 2017)
San Marino High School (January – February 2017)
Saints Felicitas and Perpetua School (June 6 and 7, 2017)
For additional questions, you can contact Daniel S. Wall, P.E., Park & Public Works Director / City Engineer, at 626-300-0787 or via e-mail at email@example.com.