The Miner Avenue Complete Streets Project is a 10-block rehabilitation of Miner Avenue from Center Street to the UPRR underpass, near the ACE Station. The project proposes the following improvements:
The project will build on and refine the Miner Avenue Streetscape Plan, adopted in 2011 to prepare a precise road plan with environmental documents that must be completed and approved before construction.
An initial public information meeting was held in June 2016. Maps, information about the project, and other displays were presented, along with a brochure with tips and guidelines for drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians, and over-sized vehicles in roundabouts.
All meetings are conducted in English. A Spanish-language interpreter will be available in accordance with Title VI of the Civic Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and California Law. It is the policy of the City of Stockton to offer its public programs, services and meetings in a manner readily accessible to everyone, including those with limited English proficiency or disabilities.
If a language interpreter is needed, a disabled attendee requires a copy of meeting materials in an appropriate alternative format, or other accommodations are required, please contact the Public Works Department or Public Outreach Coordinator at least three to four days prior to the meeting. Advance notification enables the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility.
This precise roadway plan portion of the project is funded by the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program via the Active Transportation Plan (ATP) Grant.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 4/20/2017