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A Safer University Ave. for ALL!

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Support a Safer University Avenue for ALL!

The proposal to close the east-bound ramp to University from Washington will:

  • Strengthen bike/pedestrian connectivity by creating safe routes where none currently exist
  • Remove a dangerous conflict zone for bikes and autos at the University off-ramp from Washington
  • Reduce cut-through traffic while maintaining local auto access for neighborhood residents
  • Create opportunities for neighborhood place-making

The city's Climate Action Plan calls for increasing bike commuter mode share to 6% by 2020, and 18% by 2035, along with more walking commuters. To accomplish these goals, we need safer streets for pedestrians and people on bikes. This proposal represents the most viable method for a safe east-west bike corridor in Mission Hills.

For open discussions on all viewpoints on how to make University Ave. safe for everyone, please visit our Facebook page.

Click here for design concepts showing SANDAG's proposed ramp closure

Click here for design concepts showing SANDAG's proposed one-way portion on University for one block

Click here for a fact sheet from SANDAG about the Mission Hills Bike Corridor

Click here for SANDAG's explanation of why Washington is not a viable option

Click here for more information on the Regional Bike Project

Click here for the City of San Diego Climate Action Plan

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