Pop up bike lane comes to Menlo Park for three days, Oct. 2-4
As part of the Safe Routes to School program, the City of Menlo Park plans to install a temporary bike lane on Chilco Street, between Hamilton Avenue and the railroad tracks in the Belle Haven neighborhood. For three days, October 2–4, the temporary bike lane will provide a vision of the new street design. City staff expects to install the permanent bike lane by the end of the year.
The bike lane provides improved bicycle connectivity and offers a critical connection between:
– The Belle Haven neighborhood
– Bedwell Bayfront Park and other recreation/open space areas near San Francisco Bay
– The Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge
– TIDE Academy High School on Jefferson Drive
– Other destinations in the Bayfront area
Staff will be onsite October 2, during both morning and afterschool times to answer questions and hear feedback:
-Learn more about the project and Safe Routes to School program
-Provide feedback on walking and biking improvements
-Hear about next steps
For more information about the program, contact Safe Routes to School Coordinator Andre-Anne Cadieux.