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Bicycle Boulevard Design Tools and Guidelines
Public Review Draft Report

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Cover Sheet and Detailed Table of Contents



Chapter 1:  Introduction   
Report Overview
Development of Report
Purpose of a Bicycle Boulevard
Goals and Objectives
Selection of Streets for Bicycle Boulevards
Benefits of Bicycle Boulevards


Chapter 2:  Existing Conditions
Consultant Field Review
Bowditch/Hillegass Bike Boulevard
California/King Bike Boulevard
Channing Way Bike Boulevard
Milvia Bike Boulevard
Ninth Street Bike Boulevard
Russell Street Bike Boulevard
Virginia Street Bike Boulevard
Additional Bicycle Boulevard Issues Identified by the Public
Chapter 3:  Issues Summary pdf 
Chapter 4:  Toolbox and Sample Bike Boulevard Layout
Design Guidelines
(Note: The pdf formats does not include ALL illustrations.)
Chapter5:  Review of Impacts of Traffic Calming Devices
Impacts on Speed
Impacts on Volume
Impacts on Collision Rates
Chapter 6:  Preliminary Implementation Plan
Implementation Approach
Priority Recommendations
Recommended Phasing Plan
Outstanding Issues Raised by the Public
Coordination with Other Projects
Maintenance of Bicycle Boulevards
Monitoring Phase
Appendix A - only available in hard copy
Appendix B - summary of public comment from Fall of 1999 Bicycle Boulevard Workshops



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