- SAN PABLO AVENUE TRAFFIC CALMING PROJECT
- HILBY AVENUE TRAFFIC CALMING PROGRAM
- lincoln cunningham & havana soliz parks
- Past Project Outreach Events
The City retained Parisi Transportation Consulting, a division of Parametrix (Parametrix) to further evaluate traffic patterns on San Pablo Avenue from Mescal Avenue to General Jim Moore Boulevard and develop a traffic calming plan and design improvements based upon input from the public. This project aims to reduce vehicle speeds and increase safety and quality of life for all residents along the roadway.
A survey has been developed to obtain information from the community about the travel and challenges along San Pablo Avenue from Mescal Street to General Jim Moore Boulevard. Users of San Pablo Avenue are encouraged to complete the survey.
Completed written surveys can be printed and mailed to the City of Seaside ATTN: Engineering Division 440 Harcourt Ave, Seaside CA 93955
Present conceptual design at an upcoming Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting.
The Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) will be provided an update on the Hilby Avenue Traffic Calming Improvements Project design at the February 20, 2024 TAC meeting. The Project limits on Hilby are from Canyon Del Rey Boulevard to General Jim Moore Boulevard. The project includes red curbing at intersections; centerline and edge line striping; median islands; high visibility crosswalks at Wheeler Street and Shafer Street; and speed cushions and sharrows throughout the corridor. This project aims to reduce vehicle speeds and increase safety and quality of life for all residents along the roadway. Below is a link to the corridor layout plans and TAC agenda.