San Fernando Street Improvements Survey

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Help us plan San Fernando street!

San José is beginning to plan for the next evolution of San Fernando Street. In 2018, the street was redesigned with road paint and plastic posts. Learning from this interim design, the city has been awarded funding to add high quality, permanent upgrades in a future project. This could mean raised curbs and other permanent fixtures separating the bike lanes from the general travel lanes. This project will be constructed in 3 to 4 years from now.

In 2018, San Fernando Street was redesigned with road paint and plastic posts.
This is an example of raised curbs and other permanent fixtures separating the bike lanes from the general travel lanes.

Pedestrian-first blocks will also be considered on San Fernando Street as part of this project. These are street blocks where people can walk and bike anywhere, cars cannot drive through, yet delivery and driveway access is still possible by car.

Example of a Pedestrian-First Street
Pedestrian-first blocks result in streets that feel more like plazas
  • Make easierKeep it about the sameMake harderNo opinion
    Load and unload passengers from a car
    Make a turn with a bike or scooter
    Load and unload a delivery truck
    Park a bicycle
    Ride an electric or kick scooter
    Park a car
    Use transit on nearby streets
    Make a turn in a car
    Walk along the street
    Drive a car along the street
    Walk across an intersection
    Use transit on the street
    Ride a bicycle
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