Civic Center Drive Circulation Improvements Project

Raul M. Rojas, Director, Public Works
Civic Center Drive project ribbon cutting ceremony on May 17 2017

The Department of Public Works has completed extensive improvements to a half-mile stretch of Civic Center Drive's northern corridor. The finished project, which had an official ribbon cutting ceremony on May 30, 2017, provides a welcoming gateway experience that includes an accessible path for pedestrians, bicyclists and persons with disabilities from the new SMART Civic Center Station to the Civic Center Campus.

The improvements include: new sidewalks; Class 2 bike lanes in both directions; a new two-way bicycle path along the west side of Civic Center Drive, extending from the SMART rail station to the Peter Behr Drive intersection; landscaping buffers between the roadway and bicycle path/sidewalks; scenic landscaping; street lighting; way finding signage; a roundabout at Peter Behr Drive/Memorial Drive intersection with enhanced pedestrian safety improvements and improved bus transit stops.

Project Details 

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