The City of Menlo Park starting their El Camino Real Corridor Study! This study will review potential transportation and traffic safety improvements to El Camino Real between Sand Hill Road and Encinal Avenue. El Camino Real is one of few north-south thoroughfares in the City, providing connections for residents to jobs and services in Palo Alto, Mountain View, Los Altos, Atherton, Redwood City, and beyond.
This is the first of multiple workshops the City is hosting to invite ideas and feedback from the community on how El Camino Real, being a key roadway connecting cities throughout the Peninsula, can become a more safe and accommodating transportation resource for all users, including pedestrians and bicyclists. Please attend to let Menlo Park that you want to see more bicycle accommodation on this important route!
6:30pm – 7:00pm Open House: Drop in to ask questions and provide feedback, even if you can’t stay for the evening!
7:00 – 9:00pm Presentation & Workshop: overview of study objectives and attendees provide input on goals of the study, identify concerns & suggest ideas for the corridor